58 Queen Anne Street
58 Queen Anne Street is a Grade II listed terraced house originally built in 1760s in Marylebone, London W1.
Berlioz stayed in this house during his second visit to London as a member of the international commission examining musical instruments at London's celebrated Great Exhibition of 1851. The house belonged apparently to a friend of his, Adolphe Duchêne de Vère, who lived in London.
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