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Marienbad & Chaucers - London Heritage Ornament

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Purposely built in 1854 for Josiah Blackburn’s newspaper, The London Free Press, this historic building became the Queen’s Hotel in 1871 when the publisher relocated. Changing hands again in 1921, it reverted to its former existence as a publishing house for William Weld’s foremost Canadian, agricultural journal (est. 1866), ‘Farmer’s Advocate’, until 1965. In 1974 it was transformed into the current “Marienbad” restaurant named after a spa and resort town in the Czech Republic. The adjoining “Chaucer’s Pub” (in deference to English poet Geoffrey Chaucer) opened the following year. Renowned for the Carlsbad mural in the internal atrium as well as the rooftop chimney sweep, a Czech good luck charm claimed to bring luck to those who touch a button while viewing it.
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