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Hotel Melia White House London from the air

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aerial photograph of Hotel Melia White House Albany Street, Regent´s Park London NW1 3UP. The Art Deco style White House was built in 1936 and designed by Robert Atkinson. Originally serviced flats, the building is now used as a hotel called the Melia White House .

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