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Hamleys
Hamleys

188 - 196 Regent Street, London, W1B 5BT

Hamleys is one of the world's largest toy shops. Its flagship store is in Regent Street, London. The flagship store...Read more

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Schuh (Oxford Circus)
Schuh (Oxford Circus)Top Pick

200 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1NU

0.21km

Schuh (pronounced 'shoe') is a United Kingdom-based high street and internet branded footwear retailer. "Schuh" is...Read more

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Monsoon (Oxford Street West) (Accessorize & Monsoon Children)
Monsoon (Oxford Street West) (Accessorize & Monsoon Children)Top Pick

324 Oxford Street, Marylebone, London, W1C 1JA

0.45km

Accessorize & Monsoon Children store on Oxford Street.Read more

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Disney Store (Oxford Street)
Disney Store (Oxford Street)Top Pick

350-352 Oxford Street, Paddington, London, W1C 1JH

0.52km

Only Disney related items, many of them exclusive. Disney Store London, offers the latest official Disney, Marvel and...Read more

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Office (Oxford Street)
Office (Oxford Street)

190 Oxford Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1D 1NR

0.2km

OFFICE is a firm favourite with the fashion-pack. Both the men's and women's ranges encompass the whole style...Read more

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Oxford Street borders four different districts of London, Soho, Fitzrovia, Marylebone, and Mayfair .



Oxford Street is located in the borough of Westminster in central London.

Oxford Street can be considered to form part of the districts of Fitzrovia, Soho and Mayfair .



The best nightclubs in London and their location is rather subjective as there are great clubs in different areas of London each with a different vibe. Mayfair tends to have the most exclusive celebrity clubs whilst east London is a little bit cooler.

Soho has some good places too although you won't rub shoulders with high society if you cross over Regent Street.



London's China Town is located in central London around Gerrard Street, close to Leicester Square. The nearest tube stations are Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.



The main areas in London for the best London clubs are Mayfair and Soho. Shoreditch and East London are becoming increasing popular too.


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Blue Plaques in London

William Pitt Blue Plaque - William Pitt  1st Earl Of Chatham  1708 – 1778  Lived at South Lodge  near this Site  prior to 1754
Charles Holden And Edward Johnston Brown Plaque - Railway Heritage Feature    Directional sign from Blackfriars tube station, (c1930)    This vitreous enamel sign was situated inside the entrance to the original Blackfriars station and was salvaged during the building work in c1975. The station was heavily redeveloped during that period, resulting in the demolition of the original c1870 highly ornate facade. The sign is typical of those designed for use on the Underground during the late 1920s and early 1930s when much thought was given to the
Charles Babbage Blue Plaque - Charles Babbage 1791 to 1871 Mathematical genius, astronomer, inventor and "Father of Computing"
Thomas Paine Bronze Plaque - This sculpture was unveiled by Sir William Barlow, Chairman of BICC PLC on the 13th June 1991. It was commissioned by BICC Developments Ltd. and created by Kevin Jordan M.A. (R.C.A.I.) as a tribute to Thomas Paine, whose work 'Rights of Man' was written at the Angel and published in 1791.
Robert Walpole And Horace Walpole Blue Plaque - Sir Robert Walpole 1676-1745 Prime Minister and his son Horace Walpole 1717-1797 connoisseur and man of letters lived here
Christopher Whall Blue Plaque - Christopher Whitworth Whall 1849-1924 stained glass artist lived here

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