Covent Garden is an amazing place that is so diverse, you couldn’t get bored. It not only has a wide range of things that happen there every day, but also by the way this London landmark has mutated throughout the years, from being advertised as a “filthy food market”, until being regarded “So expressive of the purposes for which it is erected, that it cannot by any possibility be mistaken for anything else”.
Around the market square, there are always many street artist, either playing covers of your favourite music or great comedians gathering the masses for cheap, but well planned entertainment.
Being a shoppoholic, getting lost in the many little street sour rounding Covent Garden is a wonderful adventure, where you never know what you are going to find, either little designer boutiques or special edition pieces from your favourite high street brand.
Recently, Charles Pétillon, installed his first public art piece in the interior of the 19th Century Market Building. If you haven’t visited it, I totally recommend it. The installation has an ethereal feeling, very peaceful-dreamlike quality to it. It is so large, but seems so weightless, making it a wonderful though temporary, addition to this marvellous building.
So if you are around, please make your way to Covent Garden, and spend an afternoon getting lost in the many wonders this landmark has to offer.
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