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RUNNING ROUTE: GUY'S CAMPUS
BRIEF: Starting on the green outside New Hunt's House, run along Union Street past O'Meera where there are often music gigs.
Turn right and run up Southwark Bridge Road towards Southwark Bridge.
The first pin is the original site of the Globe Theatre, built in 1599 but was destroyed by a fire on 29th June 1613.
The second pin is the new site of Shakespeare's Globe, where you can stop to view if requested. This Globe was built in 1997.
Run over Southwark Bridge and when you get to the end, go down to the embankment and run alongside the river towards Tower Bridge.
The second beer symbol is where Coppa Club is located, a restaurant with decorated igloos for food and drinks.
Then pass the Tower of London, built by William the Conqueror in 1066 and has been used to house the Crown Jewels.
There is a starbucks by Tower Bridge if anyone needs the toilet.
Run over Tower Bridge and down Tower Bridge Road, where there are many good food and drinks spots.
Turn right to run along Abbey street, where on this corner is located St. Mary Magdalene Church and also Bermondsey Antique Market.
Turn right up Crosby Row and left along Newcomen Street, back to Guy's Campus.
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