Locations in the category : Shopping

Camden Market

Camden market
Camden Market is a major youth focused market or shopping district in Camden Town, and the largest shopping area of its type in London, England. It is a leading tourist attraction which attracts tens of thousands of people a...

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N1 Center

N1 Center, Islington
The N1 Centre in Islington, a joint venture between Miller Developments and Centros Miller, in association with the London Borough of Islington, opened in June 2002. Beginning with a highly respectable 70,000 shoppers a week, by August this number...

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Regent Street

Regent Street is a major shopping street and thoroughfare in London’s West End. Named after the Prince Regent (later George IV), it was built by John Nash as part of a ceremonial route from the Regent’s residence at Carlton...

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IKEA Brent Cross

IKEA is a Swedish home furnishings retailer. The company distributes its goods through its retail outlets, which sell contemporary furniture; IKEA is unique in that most of its furniture and accessories are made with the idea that the purchasers...

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Tobacco Dock

Tobacco Dock is an architecturally significant warehouse in Wapping in London’s Docklands. It is a listed building and is designated Grade I, which is the highest grade. The warehouse was constructed in approximately 1812 and served as a store...

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