Keats House voted "top poetry landmark"

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A recent poll conducted by the British Poetry Society (according to a story we noticed in The Telegraph for October 11) has named Keats House in Hampstead the "top poetry landmark" in Great Britain. The poll was conducted as part of the general festivities commemorating the tenth annual National Poetry Day.

(Thanks to Wordsworth's famous sonnet, another London site, Westminster Bridge, was voted the second favorite poetic landmark.)

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