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Open House London - 'Architecture Up Close'
The dates for 2008 are 20 & 21 September!
architecture festival

Visit up to 700 of London LandMark Buildings not usualy open to the public .

Open House London, the Capital's largest architectural showcase, is taking place on 20-21 September. This years event will once again reveal the fabric of London in all its diversity: opening eyes and minds to the architectural gems, contemporary design and areas of urban change that define the city today.

In celebration of design excellence, an incredible 700 buildings and architectural walks and talks are featured, giving Londoners the opportunity to experience architecture up close and be part of a Capital-wide idea for one weekend in the year. The creative teams that design, construct, conserve and regenerate the capital will also be on hand to share their expertise, insight and ideas, and explore the biggest issues facing the modern city. Alongside this are special programmes, activities and publications.
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Last year I visited Wellingtons office overlooking Horse Guard Parade Ground,the Treasury,the Foreign Office & the Home Office plus westminister hall.

Some of the propertys require advanced booking and some of the que's last year for some propertys were quite long (Bank of England and Houses of Parliment).
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thanks alot

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