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Few little facts about Covent-Garden
Covent Garden is a district in London located in the Eastern most part of the City of Westminster. The modern day Covent Garden has its roots in the early 17th century when land (The Covent Garden) was redeveloped by Francis Russell, 4th Earl of Bedford. The area was designed by Lnigo Jones, the first and greatest of English Renaissance Architects. He was inspired by late 15th century and early 16th century planned market towns known as Bastides. The center piece of the project was an arcaded piazza. The Church of St Paul's, Covent Garden stood at the center of western side of Piazza.
The area is dominated by shopping, street performers and entertainment facilities and it contains an entrance o the The Royal Opera House, which is also widely known as simply as Covent Garden and The bustling Seven Dials area. The marketplace and Royal Opera House were memorably brought together in the opening of George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion" as well as its musical adoption by Alan Jaylerner, My Fair Lady.