Burlington House

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This town house built for the third Earl of Burlington in 1715 has been restored several times, notably between 1867 and 1873 in the neo-Renaissance style. The seat of London University for many ythe University of London for many years, Burlington House today houses the Royal Academy, the Geological Society and the Society of Antiquaries. Designed by Norman Foster, the Sackler Galleries were opened by the Queen in 1991.

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Piccadilly

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Piccadilly is one of the triumphal
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Burlington Arcade
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Elegant jewellery shops fashion shops
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The Wolseley
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