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Architects Journal
Tim Downey

  • RE-ESTABLISHING LONDON'S 'HOME OF CINEMA'

    1-May-2006

    The gardens at Leicester Square in central London are largely unchanged since they were handed over to public use in the 19th century with the proviso that the trees never be cut down and the gardens always be surrounded by a fence.
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