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66 Skipper

Skipper, sits in the centre of Royal Arcade, a beautiful Victorian shopping arcade, dating from 1899.  The Royal Arcade was designed by local architect, who also designed a number of other notable buildings in Norwich, including the… 85 more words


The Royal Arcade

One thing Melbourne is known for is its world-famous cafes. Every street you wander down, any direction you look, your eyes will spot a quaint little coffee shop or your nose will detect the delicious aroma of a fresh brewed long black. 176 more words


Secret Places: The Royal Arcade

Looking through the roof of the Royal Arcade – a building sails by…


Our Visit to Melbourne - Part One

From May 16th to the 26th, I was able to return to my home city of Melbourne, Australia for the first time in many months. I’m wanting to write about the experiences I had during this return visit after many months of living abroad in Japan, so please look forward to my future posts about Melbourne! 700 more words


Penny Lane

Today I decided to go and visit what I believe to be the only true vintage store in Cardiff. It used to be in the Royal Arcade, upstairs from A Vintage Affair. 198 more words

Melbourne. Better than Sydney? Yes…I Mean, No

Canberra qualified as Australia’s capital by being neither Sydney nor Melbourne. The rivalry between the two biggest cities was legendary even then.

The conventional view is that Sydney has all the financiers and Melbourne the artists and restaurateurs. 632 more words


Royal Arcade, London

via A Jug Of Wine, A Loaf Of Bread, And Virtual Thou • ganymedesrocks: wilfredlewis: Royal Arcade,….



Match point! – the decoration hues make the architectural subtlety shine – lyricism to the eyes.

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Architecture & Urban Planning