Horizontal wide angle of people enjoying a leisurely drink in the evening sun at one of the street cafes in Covent Garden.

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Horizontal wide angle of people enjoying a leisurely drink in the evening sun at one of the street cafes in Covent Garden.
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'Convent Garden' (laterly corrupted to Covent Garden as we know it today) was the name given during the reign of King John (1199–1216), to a 40 acre patch of ground in what was then the county of Middlesex. This area today is dominated by cafes, shops and street performers busking all year round entertaining passers-by.
Location: Great Britain, GB, UK, United Kingdom, England, London, Covent Garden