Terraces West of the Outer Circle
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On Outer Circle, the ring road running around the edge of Regent's Park, are a series of splendid terraces named after George III's children. Most striking are York Terrace (1821), nearly 300m long, Sussex Place (1822) housing the London Graduate School of Business Studies and the Royal College of Obstetrics, and Hanover Terrace (1823), its pale blue pediments with plasterwork friezes surmounted by statues.


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