St Giles's Roundhouse
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This article is about St Giles's Roundhouse, a one-time prison in London. For other uses, see Roundhouse (disambiguation).
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It was located in the St Giles area of present-day central London, between Charing Cross Road and Holborn, which - during the 17th and 18th centuries - was a 'rookery' notorious for its thieves and other criminals.
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