Pinsteps. Symons and Pavilion street Chelsea, London
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Symons Street departs from Sloan Square. Symons is the best example of Victorian architecture. The street was built at the end of the nineteenth century in the Flemish style. Terracotta brickwork and expansive windows characterize it. Even then, impressive houses formed a shape of a shopping district, quickly overgrown with iconic stores, such as the Peter Jones department store.


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