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The Alexandra Palace is a 19th century grand Victorian building, from where the BBC started its broadcast regular television.
The Alexandra Palace is a 19th century grand Victorian building, from where the BBC started its broadcast regular television. It now serves as an exhibition and event venue, and is popular for the surrounding Alexandra Park, deer enclosure, boating lake and ice-rink, and Sunday farmers' market. It also offers panoramic views over London.
Alexandra Palace Way, London, United Kingdom
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Highgate Wood is a 28 hectare remnant of the ancient forest of Middlesex which once spread across north London
The Stoke Newington Reservoirs are two former Thames Water reservoirs which are now a nature reserve in urban Hackney, with a small visitor centre
Waterlow Park has beautiful landscaped grounds, hills, mature trees, lakes, a walled garden, tennis courts, and children's playgrounds
Highgate Cemetery is burial ground of several noteworthy writers, poets, painters and princes, including Douglas Adams, George Eliot and Henry Moore
This is a high part of the Heath with clear open vistas, and the views looking south over the city are quite wonderful
The Gillespie Park Ecology Centre is an education centre in the Gillespie Park nature reserve, which manages habitats including woodland, wetland meadows and ponds
Bruce Castle is a 16th century manor house, one of the oldest brick houses in England, that is now a public park and museum set over 20 acres
The Camley Street Natural Park is a small 2 acre urban nature reserve on the banks of the Regent's Canal in the midst of the industrial wasteland north of King's Cross Station
Kenwood House is a stately Georgian villa with art by masters such as Rembrandt, Turner, Reynolds and Vermeer