Marylebone's Buildings in Greater London, United Kingdom is a historic neighborhood known for its magnificent 18th century townhouses. It features narrow cobblestone lanes lined with low brick walls, wrought-iron gates, ivy-covered brick facades and tall windows. The architecture of Marylebone's Buildings is a reflection of the city's regal past and offers plenty of opportunities for exploration and discovery. The area is flanked by two churches, Wesley's Chapel and the Grade I listed Foundling Hospital chapel, as well as plenty of cafes, restaurants and stores. Visitors can explore the streets and take a stroll through Regents Park. Additionally, the iconic Madame Tussauds museum, which has been open since 1920, is the main attraction for tourists. Marylebone's Buildings is a perfect destination for those seeking a picturesque and quaint atmosphere within reach of all of the City's iconic attractions.
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