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  • 1. Buckingham Palace

    St. James's

    If Buckingham Palace were open year-round, it would be by far the most visited tourist attraction in Britain; as it is, the Queen’s main residence,...Read More

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  • 2. St. James's Park

    St. James's

    There is a story that, many years ago, a royal once inquired of a courtier how much it would cost to close St. James's Park...Read More

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  • 3. The Queen's Gallery

    St. James's

    Technically speaking, the sovereign doesn't "own" the rare and exquisite works of art in the Royal Collection: she merely holds them in trust for the...Read More

  • 4. Clarence House

    St. James's

    The London home of the Queen Mother for nearly 50 years until her death in 2002, Clarence House is now the residence of Charles, the...Read More

  • 5. Piccadilly Circus

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    The origins of the name "Piccadilly" relate to a humble 17th-century tailor from the Strand named Robert Baker who sold piccadills—stiff ruffled collars all the...Read More

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  • 6. Royal Mews

    St. James's

    Fairy-tale gold-and-glass coaches and sleek Rolls-Royce state cars emanate from the Royal Mews, next door to the Queen's Gallery. Designed by John Nash, the Mews...Read More

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  • 7. Spencer House

    St. James's

    Ancestral abode of the Spencers—Princess Diana's family—this is perhaps the finest extant example of an elegant 18th-century London town house. Reflecting his passion for the...Read More

  • 8. St. James's Church

    St. James's

    Bombed by the German Luftwaffe in 1940 and not restored until 1954, this was one of the last of Sir Christopher Wren's London churches—and his...Read More

  • 9. St. James's Palace

    St. James's

    Commissioned by Henry VIII, this Tudor brick palace was the residence of kings and queens for more than 300 years; indeed, while all monarchs have...Read More

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  • 10. St. James's Square

    St. James's

    One of London's oldest squares, St. James's was first laid out in the 1660s. It soon became the capital's most fashionable address; by 1720, it...Read More

  • 11. The Mall

    St. James's

    This stately, 115-foot-wide processional route sweeping toward Trafalgar Square from the Queen Victoria Memorial at Buckingham Palace is an updated 1911 version of a promenade...Read More

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  • 12. White Cube

    St. James's

    The English role in the exploding contemporary art scene has been major, thanks in good portion to Jay Joplin's influential gallery, which has regularly moved...Read More

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