Pall Mall
Pall Mall, London SW1 Route Planner
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Flanked by majestic classical facades skirted with columns and pillars, Pall Mall is named after the 17C french game «paille-maille» which originated in Italy and which roughly equates to the british game of croquet requiring a ball (paille, from the Italian palla) and a mallet (maille). The world's first hydrogen gas lamps were installed in Pall Mall in 1807.


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    190 m - Crown Passage Pall Mall, London SW1Y 6QY
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