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Information about the Kensington area from the partner of the AECA Museum - Russian-British Cultural Club

Kensington is one of the most prestigious areas of London. Its history is connected with the English Queen Victoria and her husband Albert. At Kensington Palace in 1837, the young princess was granted queen status. Currently, there is the residence of the ambassadors of many countries of the world, not far from which there are luxurious and stately mansions of the British aristocracy and business representatives. The combination of Victorian and Georgian architecture gives Kensington a truly English atmosphere. Kensington is a true Victorian museum town founded by Prince Albert in the second quarter of the 19th century. Today it is one of the most interesting places in the British capital. It is here that the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum, as well as the Earls Court and Olympia Exhibition Center, which host the largest international exhibitions, are located.

Kensington Gardens, Holland Park and nearby Hyde Park are very popular and are some of the most visited and favorite vacation spots of Londoners.

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