Kensington Gore is the name of a U-shaped thoroughfare on the south side of Hyde Park in central London, England. The streets connect the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal College of Art, the Royal Geographical Society, and in Kensington Gardens the Albert Memorial. The area is named after the Gore estate which occupied the site until it was developed by Victorian planners in the mid 19th century. A gore is a narrow, triangular piece of land, in this case
the wedge-shaped piece of land which divides them, and which has been known from Anglo-Saxon times as The Gore.
a harby | Nov 24, 2017
Nice clean area
Abdulla Abdulla | Jan 2, 2018
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