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The Shakespeare Public House (grid reference ST586725) is a historic public house situated at 66-70 Prince Street in Bristol, England. Originally built in 1725 by the Bristol builder John Strahan as a pair of attached Georgian-style houses, it was converted into a public house in 1777 at which time it supplied refreshment to dock workers at the adjoining port. It has been a grade II* listed building since 1959.(Not to be confused with the Shakespeare Inn, Bristol.)

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  • The Shakespeare Public House (grid reference ST586725) is a historic public house situated at 66-70 Prince Street in Bristol, England. Originally built in 1725 by the Bristol builder John Strahan as a pair of attached Georgian-style houses, it was converted into a public house in 1777 at which time it supplied refreshment to dock workers at the adjoining port. It has been a grade II* listed building since 1959.(Not to be confused with the Shakespeare Inn, Bristol.)
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  • The Shakespeare Public House (grid reference ST586725) is a historic public house situated at 66-70 Prince Street in Bristol, England. Originally built in 1725 by the Bristol builder John Strahan as a pair of attached Georgian-style houses, it was converted into a public house in 1777 at which time it supplied refreshment to dock workers at the adjoining port. It has been a grade II* listed building since 1959.(Not to be confused with the Shakespeare Inn, Bristol.)
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