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Neal's Yard, modern Diagon Alley. Covent Garden.

Neal's Yard - Alley in Covent Garden between Shorts Garden and Monmouth Street, named after the century developer Thomas Neale.

Seven Dials neighborhood.  When Thomas Neale developed the area in the 1690s, he used a star-shaped plan to maximize the number of houses he could build on the site. By creating the strange junctions of roads, it gave him more roads, more frontages and more properties than the square plots of land which were being built upon elsewhere in London.

London : This is 'Neal's Yard' if anyone was wondering. Just north of Covent Garden Tube station - it's easy to miss as the entrance is narrow. Movie stars staying at the Covent Garden Hotel opposite, often

Tobacco Road Sports Cafe - Durham, NC - Duke

Tobacco Road Sports Cafe - Durham, NC - Duke