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Most popular London buildings 2012 week 44

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Most popular London buildings on Buildington during week 44 (29. October – 4. November 2012).

1/3 â–² Dudley House Park Lane W1 (photo)
2/2 = Rolls Building Fetter Lane EC4
3/14 â–² London Phoenix Centre Phoenix Place
4/6 â–² 5 Merchant Square Merchant Square W2
5/5 = Palestra Blackfriars Road SE1
6/8 â–¼ Ludgate House Blackfriars Road, London SE1
7/4 â–¼ Battleship Building Harrow Road W2
8/21 â–² Old Marylebone Town Hall Marylebone Road W1
9/24 â–² Diageo HQ Lakeside Drive NW10
10/7 â–¼ Newcombe House Notting Hill Gate W11
11/10 â–¼ Field House Bream’s Buildings EC4
12/- â–² Creed Court Ludgate Hill EC4
13/20 â–² Tresco House Lisson Grove NW1
14/- â–² Savoy Strand WC2
15/11 â–¼ International House St Katharine’s Way E1
16/12 â–¼ Ropemaker Place Ropemaker Street EC2
17/- â–² One Angel Court Throgmorton Street EC2
18/- ★ Bridgewater House Cleveland Row SW1
19/1 â–¼ Landsdowne House Landsdowne Road W11
20/25 â–² The Point North Wharf Road W2
21/- â–² Moor House London Wall EC2
22/- â–² Triton Court Finsbury Square EC2
24/- â–² Warnford Court Throgmorton Avenue EC2
25/- ★ Stockley House Wilton Road SW1

Signs explained:
â–² Up from last week
â–¼ Down from last week
– Was not on the list last week
★ First time in top 25

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