Street markets


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A project work for the English class by Marcos Rubiño, 2º Bachillerato, I.E.S Julio Rodríguez, Motril, Spain

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Street markets

  1. 1. Oxford StreetOxford Street is a major thoroughfare in the City ofWestminster in the West End of London, UnitedKingdom. It is Europes busiest shopping street, as wellas its most dense, and as of 2011 had approximately 300shops.The street was formerly part of the London-Oxfordroad which began at Newgate, City of London, when itwas known as Oxford Road
  2. 2. Regent StreetRegent Street is one of the major shopping streets in LondonsWest End, well known to tourists and Londoners alike, andfamous for its Christmas illuminations. It is named after thePrince Regent (later George IV), and is commonly associatedwith the architect John Nash, whose street layoutsurvives, although all his original buildings except All SoulsChurch have since been replaced
  3. 3. Notting HillNotting Hill is an area in London, England, close to the north-western corner of Kensington Gardens, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It is a cosmopolitan district known as the location for theannual Notting Hill Carnival, and for being home to the Portobello Road Market
  4. 4. Portobello Road Market Portobello Road Market draws tourists. The main market day for antiques is Saturday. However, there are also fruit and vegetable stalls in the market, whichtrade throughout the week and are located further north than the antiques, near the Westway Flyover.
  5. 5. Mayfair and Piccadilly StoresO Mayfair Mall is a shopping mall located on Mayfair Road (Highway 100) between North Avenue and Center Street in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, USA. Mayfair Shopping Center was constructed in 1958 by the Hunzinger Construction Company. Managed by General Growth Properties, it serves the Greater Milwaukee area.Piccadilly is a major street in central London, UK, runningfrom Hyde Park Corner in the west to Piccadilly Circus inthe east. It is completely within the city of Westminster.
  6. 6. Charing Cross Road and Camden market Charing Cross Road is where book worms go. Londons famed literary road still retains some of the romantic charm of 84 Charing Cross Road, a book turned film starring Anthony Hopkins and Anne Bancroft.
  7. 7. knightsbridge kensington and chelseaThe world famous Harrods department store with its lavish interiorand over 300 departments is a ‘must see’, particularly at Christmas.If you’re into designer fashion Harvey Nichols is another must, as isthe array of international designer fashion houses includingGucci, Dior, Prada and Louis Vuitton in Sloane Street.
  8. 8. O East Street Market also known locally as The Lane, or East Lane, is a busy street market in Walworth in South London. It is large and vibrant and is good for African and Caribbean fruit and vegetables, material and household goods.