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Most popular London buildings 2012 week 19

Here are the 25 most popular London buildings in Buildington from last week (07.05-14.05.2012).

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1. Dudley House Park Lane, Mayfair W1 (photo)
2. (4.) Field House London EC4
3. 27 Knightsbridge Knightsbridge SW1
4. (3.) Ropemaker Place City of London EC2
5. Riverwalk House Millbank SW1
6. Royal Mint Court London EC3
7. Heath Street Baptist Church Heath Street, Hampstead NW3
8. (5.) Newcombe House Notting Hill Gate, Notting Hill W11
9. International House St Katharine’s Way, London E1
10. 7 More London London Riverside SE1
11. (6.) Horseferry House Horseferry Road SW1
12. Sophia House City Road EC1
13. 1-2 Broadgate London EC2
14. (1.) Triton Court Finsbury Square EC2
15. Willis Building Lime Street, City of London EC3
16. Tresco House Lisson Grove, London NW1
17. BBC Television Centre Wood Lane, London W12
18. Brunel House Paddington Westbourne Terrace, London W2
19. Summit House Sale Place, Paddington W2
20. The Point North Wharf Road, Paddington Basin W2
21. 25 London Wall London Wall, London EC2
22. Holland House Bury Street, City of London EC3
23. Bracken House Friday Street EC4
24. 19-21 Grosvenor Gardens Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1
25. Brook House Park Lane, Mayair W1

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