The house in Hampstead where John Keats wrote his most famous poems and met his love, Fanny Brawne
A 16th century pub on Hampstead Heath that inspired Keats, Dickens, and Stoker
John Keats' most famous poem, written while in resident at the Keats House, perhaps while sitting at the Spaniards Inn
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