Image title: London skyline from Regents Park London

London skyline from Regents Park London

The view towards the London skyline from the circular cafe in the middle of Regents Park.

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The two main landmarks visible on the skyline both date from around the 1960s: Euston Tower on the left, completed in 1970 and the BT Tower, former Post Office Tower, total height 620 feet (188m), designed by the architects of the Ministry of Public Building and Works, chief architects Eric Bedford and G. R. Yeats, opened 1965. More info at WikipediaK. Regents Park as we see it today was designed by John Nash in 1811 and is 410 acres (166 hectares) in size.


London skyline from Regents Park London



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