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Vodafone Store  (Piccadilly)
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168 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London, W1J 9EQ

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Apple Store (Regent Street)
Apple Store (Regent Street)

235 Regent Street , Mayfair, London, W1B 2EL

0.53km

One of the most popular shops on Regent Street and Apple's flagship store in London.Read more

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O2 (351 Oxford Street)
O2 (351 Oxford Street)

351 Oxford Street, Mayfair, London, W1C 2JF

0.57km

Telefónica UK Limited (trading as O2 – stylised as O2) is a telecommunications services provider in the United...Read more

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O2 (134 Oxford Street)
O2 (134 Oxford Street)

134 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1LU

0.69km

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Piccadilly Circus is one of the busiest areas of central London so unsurprisingly there is lots to see and do in the nearby area.



There are a few different theories about where the name Piccadilly originated and new theories are periodically touted. The debate has in fact gone on for hundreds of years which shows the significance of the area. There is an excellent description of the different theories available to read on British History Online (https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/pp32-40).


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Blue Plaques in London

Michael Faraday Belgian Blue Stone Plaque - Michael Faraday 1791–1867 scientific genius and discoverer of electomagnetism
Walter Williams And Mary Beauclerc Brown Plaque - Pinner House. Possibly 17th Century with facade completed 1721. The home,   1788-1811, of the Rev. Walter Williams, Vicar of Pinner, and his wife, Mary   Beauclerc, Great Grand Daughter of Charles II and Nell Gwynn.
Geoffrey De Havilland Blue Plaque - Sir Geoffrey De Havilland 1882-1965 aircraft designer lived here 1909-1910
Charles Kitterbell And Charles Dickens Blue Plaque - Here lived Charles Kitterbell as related by Charles Dickens in Sketches by Boz "The Bloomsbury Christening"
Andreas Kalvos Blue Plaque - Andreas Kalvos 1792-1869 Greek poet and patriot lived here
Green Plaque № 42173 - Faraday House Electrical Engineering College occupied this building from June 1903 until April 1967

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