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Grosvenor Square in the heart of Mayfair is also known as Little America, as it is home to the American Embassy and a statue of Franklin D.
Grosvenor Square in the heart of Mayfair is also known as Little America, as it is home to the American Embassy and a statue of Franklin D. Roosevelt. It is an upscale neighbourhood, with sprawling residences and fancy restaurants.
Grosvenor Square, City of Westminster, W1K, UK
Handel House was home to the baroque composer George Frederick Handel from 1723 until his death in 1759, where he composed some of the greatest classical music pieces ever
Speaker's Corner at Hyde Park is the only place in Britain where demonstrators can assemble without prior police permission, a perennial hot favorite location for preachers and speakers of all types wanting to be heard
The Wallace Collection is one of the world's finest private art collections housed in a magnificent Italianate mansion with 17th and 18th century furniture, porcelain, Renaissance armor and other artefacts along with the fantastic collection of paintings
The Wellington Arch is a grand neoclassical arch erected in 1826 that commemorates the victory of Wellington over Napolean
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