London Inn of the Bishop of Bangor
Has been described as a Possible Palace (Bishop)
There are no visible remains
|Name||London Inn of the Bishop of Bangor
|Historic Country||London and Middlesex
|Modern Authority||City and County of the City of London
|1974 Authority||Greater London
|Civil Parish||City Of London
London Inn of the Bishop of Bangor at Shoe Lane Holborn. Gift in 1280.
County Historic Environment Record
|OS Map Grid Reference||TQ315811
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