Regent Street, London is one of the West End’s major shopping streets; named after the Prince Regent (later George IV) and commonly associated with architect John Nash, whose street layout from 1825 survives today. Regent Street runs from the Regent’s residence at Calton House in St. James’s, through Piccadilly Circus, crosses Oxford Street at the busy Oxford Circus, and terminates at All Souls Church.
Afternoon Tea at Hotel Cafe Royal, Regent Street, London
Regent Street , London via Lisa Borgnes Giramonti at A Bloomsbury Life Ailleurs…
Liberty & Co. Store on Regent Street, London, England (by MomentaryShutter…
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Liberty--unforgettable interior of the Regent St., London, store, Gardenista
Regent Street, London. Every building on Regent Street is Grade II listed. Collectively they form the Regent Street Conservation Area (PDF), which also encompasses other neighbouring streets The original Regent Street was designed by John Nash, although the only surviving Nash building to this day is the church All Saints Langham Place. As well as being intended as a royal thoroughfare, it was also the world's first purpose built shopping centre.
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Burberry 121 Regent Street, London, the new Burberry World Live Flagship