Queen Anne's Gate

Between the modern buildings to the east (Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre and Central Hall) and the Home Office to the west, this L-shaped street is lined with yellow brick residential houses, turned brown by time, dating back to the reign of Queen Anne (1704). A white satyr's mask above the ground and first floor windows appears on each house.

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Queen Anne's Gate

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