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The street's name is taken from a game called 'pall mall'. The game was a mallet-and-ball game played in the early 17th century.
Pall Mall is probably best known for its many gentlemen's clubs.
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- Introductory page from the Survey of London
- Pall Mall on TourUK
- Panoramic photograph of Pall Mall
- 19th Century Gentleman's Clubs on Pall Mall (including photographs)
- The Institute of Directors' 116 Pall Mall