Somerset House is a large complex of buildings on the south side of the Strand overlooking the river Thames. It was built on the grounds of an old Tudor palace by Sir William Chambers in 1776 with wings and extensions added during Victorian times.

Somerset House was the location of many government departments. Of particular relevance to Agatha Christie is the Registry of Births, Marriages and Deaths which occupied the north wing of the complex from 1836 to 1970.

Occurrences of Somerset House in Agatha Christie's works and adaptations

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