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Finsbury Circus

Circus Place
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Finsbury Circus is an oval garden with bowling green, and is the largest open space in the City. It was acquired for public use by the City Corporation in 1900 by Act of Parliament.

It was laid out in 1815 by William Montague, to the design of Charles Dance the Younger, it was threatened with devastation in 1862 by the Metropolitan Railway Company. The square was saved by Alfred Smee who considered it one of the most beautiful of London's squares. Trees include a fine Japanese pagoda tree.



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