Walk through the spring of London

• Walk through the spring of London

Today we walk through Regent's Park and see how people live in one of the most prestigious areas of London - Primrose Hill.

Walk through the spring of London

First, I will explain how I ended up in this area of ​​London. After a stunning walk on Camden Town, I had planned to visit Abbey Road. Looking at the map, I realized that it's not so far away and decided to walk this path on foot.

Walk through the spring of London

Here is a map of the route today

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So the first thing that met on the way - great lights

Walk through the spring of London

Look how elegant work

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A little further, on the same bridge - the age-old fence. All overgrown with moss attracts me with its history. I think that such things do not need to be cleaned from natural raid, in this form they are more harmoniously fit into the old London

Walk through the spring of London

Regent's Park. His name is consonant with the Regents canal, which goes around the park. Also here is the London Zoo

Walk through the spring of London

How do you bench in the park?

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Bridge over the canal

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On the left moored boats

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On the right a small bay

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In the bay, on the water - oriental restaurant

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Immediately after the canal opened view of the Cathedral of St. Mark's Regent's Park

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He seemed very photogenic. Here are a few linger

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As you can see, in the courtyard of gorgeous cherry blossoms

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Let's look into the yard

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What are the powerful doors

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The Cathedral was founded in the 19th century.

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And another view from the back side

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Crosswalk

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All the people. Velozona

Walk through the spring of London

Here we come to Primrose Hill

Walk through the spring of London

The symbol of this area is the highest hill, which offers a great view. Unfortunately, I did not get up the hill. Earlier this place was the property of the Royal family here and access was closed. In the late 19th century, this place was open to the public

Walk through the spring of London

Why is this area is considered prestigious? There are several reasons. As this is the royal territory, there is no through busy roads. Near a great park and the hill, fresh air. Well, in all this appendage it is only a kilometer from the center of London. What do you think about this?

Walk through the spring of London

Go to the residential area of ​​the district

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These are nice houses with flower beds

Walk through the spring of London

Two palms. Live and install

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There are also full-fledged residential mansions. I think that it's very expensive

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An interesting crossroads

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Take a look at the courtyard. Neat, clean. Marking a parking space. The dream of my yard

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Or. Watch as the trimmed bushes. Geometry

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Another bonus of a little balcony bed and cleanliness

Walk through the spring of London

Across the city municipal bike rental