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Regents Canal is a calm, peaceful waterway which was once a bustling lifeline used for ferrying goods to and from North London after its completion in 1820.
Regents Canal is a calm, peaceful waterway which was once a bustling lifeline used for ferrying goods to and from North London after its completion in 1820. It passes through Regent's Park, London Zoo and the quirky market stalls of Camden. You can walk or cycle along Regent's Canal all the way to the Thames. You can also take a boat trip from the picturesque Little Venice to the markets of Camden.
Regent's Canal, London, UK
Recently renovated and with modern extension
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