Take a look around Jimi Hendrix's London pad


The composer Handel lived in a house on Brook Street in London's Mayfair for 36 years, which was later turned into the Handel House museum.

But now the museum is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the man who, in 1968, rented the flat next door - the legendary guitarist and singer Jimi Hendrix.

Hendrix's former flat at number 23 - which is also being opened to the public for 11 days - is one of several locations now visited by Hendrix fans who want to find out more about his life in London.

Hendrix expert and tour guide Aly Mir shows the BBC round some of the key Hendrix haunts from the 1960s.

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