KING CHARLES STATUE (n.) Equine depiction of the deposed King said by cartographers and Hansom cabbies to be the centre of London and doth the centre of the known world.
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‘Centre of the known world’. That works for me!
Yes, I was rather proud of that idea! Thanks for the comment.
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