Piccadilly Circus

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  • The famous illuminated advertising of Piccadilly Circus began as early as 1893, before most of the city had electric street lighting.
  • Piccadilly is named after a type of broad lace collar fashionable in the early 17th century, the piccadil. The best examples were sold by a local tailor whose shop became known as Piccadilly Hall.
  • There is NO fountain. Idiots, stop thinking there is one! It's simply the statue of Anteros.
  • Its amazing to watch people still go into the red telephone booth and act like they are talking on the phone just for a pic. Classic
  • London's famous West End theatre district. This theatre has been the home of one of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's most famous musicals for many years; The Phantom of the Opera.
  • UK version of Times Square, way cool!
  • Piccadilly Circus in colour - 1940s
  • The area isn't cheap, but window-shopping is free start at Piccadilly Circus and walk up Regent Street to see some of Londons top stores. Going on a weekday may help you avoid the weekend stampede.
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  • The spot where Harry, Ron and Hermoine apparate in the 7th movie.
  • I love this place and love london! Always a great atmosphere at picadilly circus
  • Meeting point in London !!
  • Saturday night is crazyy!! There's some street music where artists perform and you get to tip them.
  • Alveri caddesi Regents Street ile tiyatrolar ile nl Shaftesbury Avenu'nun baland filmlerde devasa reklam ekranlarnn grnd mehur meydan.Meydanda Eros heykeli fotoraflarn gzdesi
  • The place to be on a summer night
  • Sadly to say - I don't believe in the myth of Eros, kissing and love will be eternal :-(
  • Un lugar inolvidable, hace honor a su ttulo de "Times Square Londinense". Un paseo nocturno por Picadilly Circus es algo irrepetible, todo un espectculo de neones y luminosos sin precedentes!!
  • London's version of Times Square.
  • Pickpockets operate in this area, so always keep your valuables hidden and your bag zipped up. Watch the tricks of pickpockets and the tell-tale signs at http://goo.gl/UfI24