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Latest Piccadilly Circus reviews (7)

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  • Great
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  • Awesome at night!
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  • In the heart of the West End, this small crossroads plaza is known for its brightly-lit billboard (as pictured) and a statue of eros in a small fountain. A large outlet of Boots- The Chemist and a tube station of the same name is here.
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    Welcome to the center of the world! 'Piccadilly Circus' is a famous road junction and public space in London's West End. It was completed in 1819 to connect Regent Street with Piccadilly.
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  • I immediately had to think of New York's Times Square when visiting it
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    pedestrian zone, british shops and restaurants
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    The Picadilly name comes from pickadils, a kind of rigid collars used by the ladies of the 18th Century as a complement. Rober Baker got rich selling those pickadils and built a luxury house in the area known by Englishmen and Englishwomen as "picadilly hall" just as a joke.
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