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What London could have looked like?

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The Crystal Palace would have been nice, but I think London was better off without the rest. 



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Interesting. The pyramid in Trafalgar Square is quite nice, and the Crystal Palace tower would have been cool.

 

However, I prefer Regent Street as it is now.

 

And the runway idea in the Thames is crazy. Just imagine the noise and air pollution.



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I like this kind of London. I would love to visit it :derisive:



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That pyramid definitely does not work for London. :( The rest of these proposals do look pretty nice, though. :)







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