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Исследовательская работа на тему « Известные улицы Лондона». Работу выполнила: Учитель английского языка Шошукова И.Б.
Baker Street (Baker Street) — the brisk street in Merilebon's London region (a northern part of Westminster) of two and a half kilometers. Is a part of Highway A41. It is most known in connection with Arthur Conan Doyle's well-known character private detective Sherlock Holmes. According to a plan of the author, the great detective lived on Baker Street, in the house 221Б which in reality doesn't exist. Бейкер-стрит (Baker Street).
Эбби-Роуд (англ. Abbey Road). Ebbi Road (English Abbey Road) — the recovered street in Kemden's London districts and Westminster, lies approximately from the northwest on the southeast through Saint-Jones-Wood, near Lord's Cricket Ground. Is a part of Highway B507. The tin plate with the street name at the corner of Grove End Road and Ebbi Road was recently removed, as it often stole or spoiled various inscriptions. Now the index with the name of the street is fixed highly on a building at the corner. Each three months the municipal council should recolour a house wall near a crosswalk on which fans of the Liverpool four leave graffiti.
Ха́рли-стрит (англ. Harley Street). Harli Street (English Harley Street) — the street in London (Great Britain) which became famous in the XIX century at the expense of a large number of the doctors living on it. Since the XIX century the number of doctors, clinics and the other medical institutions which have located in the area of Harley Street, strongly increased. In 1852 known doctor William Jenner here located. In 1853 one of the first Establishment for sick Gentlewomen hospitals under control of Florence Naytingeyl opened. Whereas in 1860 on Harley Street 20 doctors were only, by 1900 this number increased in 4 times.
Пикадилли (англ. Piccadilly). Piccadilly (English Piccadilly) — one of the widest and recovered streets in the historical center of London — Westminster. Lies from Pikadilli Square (in the east) to the Hyde park (in the West). The main local sight — a building of Royal academy of Arts. The name "Piccadilly" received from Robert Beyker's mansion which at the beginning of the XVII century scared together a fortune, trading in fashionable collars - «пикадилами» (piccadill)  - rigid collars with gear edges and the wide lace which is pulling together along the edges.
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