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Covent Garden is a district of Westminster, in Greater London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin's Lane and Drury Lane. It is associated ... More »

www.coventgardentrust.org.uk/resources/environmentalstudy/background/history

The area around Covent Garden stretching down to The Strand was, in mid ... the foot of The Strand and stretched back at least as far north as Short's Gardens.

www.coventgardenmemories.org.uk/category_id__36.aspx

Covent Garden's thriving history started as early as the 7th century as a Saxon settlement. It is believed that it was the supporting town, then called Lundenwic, ...

www.coventgardenmemories.org.uk/page_id__33_path__0p36p.aspx

Nov 5, 2012 ... The 1938 film adaption of Pygmalion portrays an image of Covent Garden similar to the one most people remember: a bustling fruit and ...

www.coventmarket.com/history

History. Covent Garden Market had its beginning in 1835 when a patent was issued to hold a “public fair or mart” in the area of Richmond, Dundas and King ...

www.coventgarden.london/history

Covent Garden may be a fashionable, up to the minute shopping destination, but the past also has a place here. Discover Covent Garden's rich heritage through ...

www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/covent-garden-then-and-now

Jan 13, 2015 ... All of the images below were taken by photographer and Covent Garden historian Clive Boursnell, who recreated scenes from his archive of ...

www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol36/pp129-150

'Covent Garden Market', in Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden, ed. ... 15) The history of the market, he concluded, 'bristles with illegality, fraud and ...

www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/vol3/pp227-237

Of Covent Garden and of Drury Lane."—Rejected Addresses. The Building of the Theatre—"Rich's Glory"—The First Performance at Covent Garden—Ladies at ...

www.british-history.ac.uk/old-new-london/vol3/pp255-269

The architecture of St. Paul's Church was not to the taste of Horace Walpole, who criticises it in his usual caustic style:—"The arcade of Covent Garden, and the ...