FEATURE: A guide to unregenerated London

The regeneration of London began long ago in the 1990s, however the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games have pushed the process even further. All good you might think, but there is a historical and nostalgic beauty about some of London’s derelict buildings and architecture.

Whether you have come to see the Olympics or are visiting London for leisure, there is more to London than perfect-looking monuments, bridges and historical sites.

Read the rest of the article, which is written by myself and Gesbeen Mohammad, by following this link A guide to unregenerated London.

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