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London Streets and Squares
London Streets and Squares as visitor attractions
Many London streets and squares are truly iconic images of London and visitor attractions in their own right:
Carnaby Street, W1. Oxford Street - The birthplace of the swinging 60's and still an established fashion hotspot.
Downing Street, SW1. Westminster - Built in 1683 by Sir George Downing, becoming Crown Property in 1732. With restricted public access the street is the home of The Prime Minister and Chancellor of The Exchequer.
The Kings Road Sloane Square - Made famous by fashion designers like Vivienne Westwood and Mary Quant. Boutiques in this 'hip' location are still appealing.
Leicester Square Leicester Square - The 'heart' of the West End cinema area, close to Chinatown.
Piccadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus - Probably the most visited square in London and maybe the World! With the iconic statue of Eros and brash neon signage.
Trafalgar Square Charing Cross - A commemoration of Lord Horatio Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, by the architect John Nash. Home to Nelson's Column, surrounded by lions, monuments and fountains, and seen around the world on New Year's Eve.