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Choose from 214 pictures in our Buildings collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Buildings and Landmarks - Newcastle Featured Print

Buildings and Landmarks - Newcastle

Curves and straight lines make a harmonious pattern against the sky in this picture of the three bridges which carry the Newcastle-Upon-Tyne to Gateshead main traffic over the River Tyne. Newcastle is to the right of the picture and Gateshead is to the Left.

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Black Friar Pub - London Featured Print

Black Friar Pub - London

London's 'flat-iron' building, the Black Friar public house, at the junction of Queen Victoria Street and New Bridge Street. It stands in a redevelopment zone and may have to come down, but nothing definite will be known until next year.

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Aerial view of Parliament Buildings Featured Print

Aerial view of Parliament Buildings

Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament, Parliamnet Square and Westminster Abbey. * 25/11/02: London is "far too dominant in the political, economic and cultural life of Britain today, " believe more than 75% of Britons, according to a survey published. And a third would even consider moving the capital out of London to help reduce its overdominance and to relieve congestion in Britain's largest city, according to a poll for the political monthly Prospect magazine. In a YouGov poll of 2, 037 people from all parts of Great Britain, 76% either agreed strongly (34%) or tended to agree (42%) that London was too dominant.

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