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a city district of central London laid out in garden squares

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36 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, in the heart of London's "natural history district," just across the road from the British Museum.
When the fun stopped, VIPs slept in luxury pounds 700 suites at London's Great Russell Street Hotel.
Ground Floor, St Giles Hotel, 112 Great Russell Street, London WC1, 020 73090 3250, www.
The first is on Friday February 3 and Saturday February 4 at the Congress Centre, Great Russell Street, London' the second is at Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, on Friday February 10 and Saturday February 11.
Several miles away on Great Russell Street at the British Museum, you can run your fingers along the cool surface of a 6,000-year-old red granite bust of King Tut.
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Soon other collections were added to build up the new Museum's holding and the Trustees purchased Montagu House in Great Russell Street.
The Library of the British Museum, now the British Library, is no longer on Great Russell Street.
The Great Court is part of a larger scheme by the practice -- the establishment of a clear route from south to north, from Great Russell Street and forecourt on the south, through the Great Court to the North Library and Montague Place.
Joseph Hotung Great Court Gallery The British Museum Great Russell Street, London Tel: 020 7323 8000
The activities in the auditorium caused little physical damage, but on 4 November a mob broke the windows of Kemble's house on Great Russell Street.
All 5 hotels are upscale hotels, which enjoy central locations, primary positioning, and are a part of well known hotel brands: The Sheraton Plaza Jerusalem in Israel and the Sheraton Tenerife in Spain (Starwood Hotels); Leonardo Boutique Tel Aviv in Israel (the Israeli Fattal Hotel Chain - Opening December 2008); Jurys Great Russell Street Hotel in central London (the Irish Jurys Doyle group); and the Hyatt Regency Calgary in Canada (a Hyatt Hotel).
Earlier this year, what may be one of the last blue plaques to be put up in London (given the regrettable curtailment of this long-established scheme by cash-strapped English Heritage) was unveiled on the stuccoed terraced house in Great Russell Street which the architect John Nash (1752-1835) had designed and built and, for a few years, inhabited.
The incident happened in Great Russell Street in the early hours of March 7 last year, as Strange walked home with a friend after working as a DJ at the Cafe de Paris.
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