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Coldharbour, also spelled Cold Harbour, Cold Harborough, Cold Herbergh, Cold Herberge, and Cold Inn, were two London neighbouring estates in the since dissolved parishes of All-Hallows-the-Less and All-Hallows-the-Great, in today's Dowgate Ward of the City of London. From the 13th century to the mid-17th century it occupied the area comprised between Upper Thames Street and the Thames to the east of Cannon Street Station. It was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666.

Coldharbour was a liberty until 1608, when James I brought it within the jurisdiction of the City of London.

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