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Royal Geographical SocietyFounded in 1830, the society is a world centre for geography: supporting research, education, expeditions and fieldwork, and promoting public knowledge though exhibitions and lectures. Collections include an important cartographic library, bibliographic archives and expedition relics.
The early history of the Society was closely linked with exploration of 'colonial' Africa, the Indian subcontinent, the polar regions, central Asia, and is inseparable from the names of famous explorers - Hillary, Hunt, Livingstone, Scott, Shackleton and Stanley among them.
Lowther Lodge was designed by Norman Shaw 1874, irregular and in red brick, it is a good example of the High Victorian Queen Anne style town house. Modern exhibition and library space was added in 2004 facing Exhibition Road.
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