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by Audrey Woodiwiss

Author: Audrey Woodiwiss
Language: English
Publisher: R. Conway for the Covent Garden General Store (1980)
Pages: 115 pages
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Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane

Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. It is associated with the former fruit-and-vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and with the Royal Opera House, which itself may be referred to as "Covent Garden".

Covent Garden through the years. Covent Garden (London, England), London (England). There's no description for this book yet. Published 1980 by R. Conway for the Covent Garden General Store in London.

Release Date:January 1980. Conway for the Covent Garden General Store.

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Covent Garden may be a fashionable, up-to-the-minute shopping and dining destination, but the past remains embedded on the cobbled Piazza and arches of the Market Building

Covent Garden may be a fashionable, up-to-the-minute shopping and dining destination, but the past remains embedded on the cobbled Piazza and arches of the Market Building. Discover Covent Garden’s rich heritage through the centuries, from orchard garden of Westminster Abbey to London’s first residential square to London’s wholesale fruit and vegetable market

Britain Express explores the history of Covent Garden Market, London, with photos and visiting information. The area surrounding Covent Garden was quite posh, and the residents were by no means happy with the rather plebian market, a source, they thought, of noise and dirt

Britain Express explores the history of Covent Garden Market, London, with photos and visiting information. The area surrounding Covent Garden was quite posh, and the residents were by no means happy with the rather plebian market, a source, they thought, of noise and dirt. In 1748 the market was rebuilt by the Duke, at a cost of 4000 pounds. The shops gained upper stories, and the tone of the market was raised considerably. Covent Garden market entrance at dusk. The area around Covent Garden became synonymous with theatre and opera.

Covent Garden is the biggest market-place in Britain. Covent Garden has been the most important market-place in London for 300 years. It was officially established by King Charles II in 1670. If you come to Covent Garden in the afternoon, you'll only see enormous buildings and a few tourists. It was called Covent Garden because it was the garden of the monks of Westminster Abbey. At that time it was very small, and used only by Londoners. Nowadays it serves the whole of Britain. Those who work there say: If there is any kind of fruit or vegetable which we haven’t got - nobody has got it.

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Covent Garden is one of the London's biggest tourist magnets. The area around the glass-covered building - a former fruit and vegetable market - is always crowded, especially during weekends and in summertime. Covent Garden is known for its many open-air cafés, restaurants, pubs, market stalls and shops. Famous are the many street performers who entertain the visitors on the pedestrianized piazza. A former floral market now houses the London Transport Museum. The Covent Garden district is also home to several theaters and the Royal Opera House

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