40: Regent Street Regency architecture

Regent StreetOnto Regent Street and you will notice how the architecture changes to something a bit more European in appearance. The elegant uniformity is a result of the street's complete rebuilding in a short period at the start of the 20th century, a process made possible by having just a single landlord, the Crown Estate. Today Regent Street has listed status and the shops are required to conform to a certain style to 'fit in'. Discreet signage sometimes means that the shops are difficult to distinguish.


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Paddington Station | Paddington Basin | Edgware Road | Marble Arch | Oxford Street | Selfridges | John Lewis | Oxford Circus | Liberty | Carnaby | Piccadilly Circus | Shaftesbury Avenue | Leicester Square | Trafalgar Square | Strand | Covent Garden | Aldwych | Law Courts | Temple Bar | Ludgate Hill | St. Paul's Cathedral | Bank of England | London Stone | All Hallows Church | Tower of London | London Wall | Tower Bridge | Port of London Building | Monument | Tate Modern | Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese | Inns of Court | Dr. Johnson | Somerset House | Savoy Hotel | Charing Cross | Admiralty Arch | Texas Embassy | Eros Statue | Regent Street | Hamleys Toy Shop | BBC Broadcasting House | New Bond Street | Primark Store | Speakers' Corner | St. Mary's Hospital


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