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Survey of London Vol XLV: Knightsbridge by…

Survey of London Vol XLV: Knightsbridge

by John Greenacombe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0485482452, Hardcover)

This volume covers Knightsbridge, a district today synonymous with high-class shopping, fashionable living and smart addresses. Although there has been a settlement at Knightsbridge since Medieval times, the area is now dominated by streets and buildings of the 19th and 20th centuries. Illustrated with specially-commissioned drawings and a range of modern and historic photographs, this volume reveals something of the opulent world that exists behind the sober facades.

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