Piccadilly Circus

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Pic·ca·dil·ly Circus

A traffic junction and popular meeting place in London, England, noted for the statue known as Eros.
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Philip had seen him once in a bar near Piccadilly Circus in a tight-waisted coat and a brown hat with a broad, flat brim.
At Piccadilly Circus I discharged my cab, and walked westward.
In London, as in New York, there are spots where it is unsafe for a man of yielding disposition to stand still, and the corner of Shaftesbury Avenue and Piccadilly Circus is one of them.
1926: Electric traffic lights were installed at Piccadilly Circus, the first in Britain.
Ocean, which manages advertising spaces such as Piccadilly Circus, also said it has secured a long-term deal to develop new locations in Glasgow.
There were protests at Waterloo Bridge, Marble Arch, Piccadilly Circus, Parliament Square and Oxford Circus.
The parade kicks off at 12pm from Portland Place, and will travel through Oxford Circus, Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, Pall Mall and Trafalgar Square before finishing on Whitehall.
Go across Piccadilly Circus and down Haymarket, and turn left on Cockspur Street.
In London, a kaleidoscope of famous sites switched off their lights -- Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, the London Eye.
Charming illustrations of London Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul's Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament, by Joanna Bill and Olga Baumert, have been intricately transformed into 3D card constructions that do threaten to tangle, but end up folding rather neatly.
Which social reformer is commemorated by the statue of Eros in Piccadilly Circus? 4.