Cumberland Terrace

Cumberland Terrace


London, United Kingdom (GB)
Cumberland Terrace is a terrace on the eastern side of Regent's Park in the London Borough of Camden. It was one of several terraces and crescents around Regent's Park designed by the British architect John Nash (1752–1835) around the Park, having the patronage of the then Prince of Wales (later George IV) during the English Regency.The terrace was designed to stand opposite the Prince's proposed palace within the park and was therefore of particular importance in the scheme. It was named after the King's younger brother, the Duke of Cumberland.
Cumberland Terrace is a terrace on the eastern side of Regent's Park in the London Borough of Camden. It was one of several terraces and crescents around Regent's Park designed by the British architect John Nash (1752–1835) around the Park, having the patronage of the then Prince of Wales (later George IV) during the English Regency.The terrace was designed to stand opposite the Prince's proposed palace within the park and was therefore of particular importance in the scheme. It was named after the King's younger brother, the Duke of Cumberland.
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