54 Old Compton Street, London, United Kingdom
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Traditional English gay pub in the heart of Soho, named after Admiral Adam Duncan who defeated the Dutch fleet in 1797.
Inside the bar is a chandelier in memory of the 3 people killed and 70 injured in the 1999 attack by a neo-Nazi who attempted (and failed) to stir up homophobic tensions in London.
The attack marked a turning point in the relationship between the police, local government and the gay community which became closer and stronger than ever before.
All gay tourists to London should pay at least one visit to this historic gay bar.
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