We found out about Southbank Mosaics through a blog by the Gentle Author. We looked it up on line, and decided it was definitely worth seeing. We also got a map on line of where to see the mosaics. With the map as our guide we saw about six sets, each with about a dozen mosaics, usually on walls running parallel to streets, and often under bridges. Highlighted among them are copies of many Blake works, which makes seeing the mosaics a must for Blake lovers. You can see Blake works at the Tate Britain, and then do the mosaics walk. They also have an installation on the north-side of the Thames just East of St. Paul's. These mosaics run about 75' and show the history of London. The office of Southbank Mosaics is in St John's Crypt, 73 Waterloo Road A visit to the office is definitely worth doing because there are many mosaics there.
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