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Design wares at Haus, a shop on Morpeth Road in East London.
The streetside view from The Deli Downstairs on Victoria Park Road in East London.
London is Crowned World’s Most Visited City in 2013. Maybe.
I WANT TO GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The best town in the world...London is cool and conservate the best people, the english!!! And God Save The Queen Elisabeth Windson...
The Right Way to Shop in London
House of Parliament and Big Ben
Found: A Secret Bar in London Where You Bring Your Own Liquor
Have You Seen Harrods New Dior Windows in London?
A Mini Weekend Guide to London
Natural History Museum, London
London view from The Shard
Big Ben, London, England
The ArcelorMittal Orbit at Olympic Park in London
One of the city’s four Inns of Court—like colleges for barristers—the Inner Temple has a beautiful three-acre garden, open daily to the public.
The flowers are absolutely beautiful!!!
The Gherkin, East London
The elusive and now-famous graffiti artist Banksy has inspired much spontaneous street art, like these murals near Commercial Street.
Victoria Park is another East London alfresco rendezvous for sun worshippers—as well as a reminder of the gentle traditions of English landscaping.
On a brilliant summer’s day, London Fields, one of many Victorian-era public parks, can turn into a bucolic version of the Riviera.
At the southern end of East London, the skyline takes a sudden leap, propelled by the riches of the financial district.
The Commercial Tavern, a spruced-up pub and a magnet for young (and thirsty) style-makers, is in Spitalfields, which has a gruesome association: Jack the Ripper once stalked the alleys.
Like other world cities, London is becoming even more multicultural. But East London, long an entry point for immigrants, remains the most exotic at street level.
East London abounds in street art, like this pastiche of a holy icon
Shoreditch, once a down-at-heels neighborhood, has become a sizzling center of London’s new wave. Near this cobbled corner is a flower market founded in 1869 by a friend of Charles Dickens’s.
London from above, at night. Wonderful photography from Jason Hawkes.
Wembley Museum, London, England