Shakespeare Public House

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Shakespeare Public House, Bristol
... The Shakespeare Public House (grid reference ST586725) is an historic public house situated on Prince Street in Bristol, England ... (Not to be confused with the Shakespeare Inn, Bristol.) It dates from 1725 and was built by John Strahan as a pair of attached Georgian houses and later converted into a public house ...

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