Nash Route - June 2016

Nash Route for the Prince Regent.  This walk was a departure from the normal ‘village’ - an area  described as ‘quite simply the greatest piece of town planning London has ever seen’. Starting from the iconic viewpoint of Primrose Hill, the route followed a slightly erratic course through Regent’s Park, past the BBC, All Souls, Oxford Circus ending at the Duke of York steps on the Mall. For 200 years it has remained prime real estate with much fine architecture. This is John Nash’s Via Triumphalis.

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