Landmarks of English

We’ve had our say in 'A History of the English Language in 100 Places'. From Peterborough to Poldhu; from Lichfield to Liverpool; from Bruges to Boston USA; from Salford to Singapore there are many places across the world which we consider are landmarks for the English language. Now we want you to share your landmark places, the locations where you see linguistic footprints connected to English today.

Add your Landmark of English

The actual name of the location you're submitting.
A short explanation of why you think your Landmark of English is important, and the impact it has had on the English language.
Your full name.