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Carter Lane Gardens

Carter Lane Gardens spans the St Pauls Churchyard carriageway, along the south side of St Paul's Cathedral, between Godliman Street and New Change.

A perfect lunch spot in the City with the best views of St Paul's Cathedral.

Small patch of grass with information centre behind and cherries in bloom

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Inner Temple
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