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  • Garden furniture, also called patio furniture and outdoor furniture, is a type of furniture specifically designed for outdoor use. It is typically made of weather resistant materials. The oldest surviving examples of garden furniture were found in the gardens of Pompeii.
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  • A person who lived during the Victorian period
  • a person who lived during the reign of Victoria
  • priggish: exaggeratedly proper; "my straitlaced Aunt Anna doesn't approve of my miniskirts"
  • of or relating to Queen Victoria of Great Britain or to the age in which she ruled; "Victorian morals"
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Victorian Bat House Finish: Grey Whitewash
Victorian Bat House Finish: Grey Whitewash
010A Finish: Grey Whitewash Shown in grey whitewash Bats eat their weight in bugs every night so why not give them a cozy place to sleep to repay them for keeping your bug population down around your home? Horizontal siding on the front panel provides a strategic counterpoint to steeply pitch hand-shingled cypress roof with copper trim. Divided living quarters and a landing pad at the base make this bat house as functional as it is beautiful. Ready to mount on pole or building. Proudly made and assembled in the USA. Features: -Available in grey whitewash, red whitewash. -Constructed of cypress. -Hand crafted in the USA. -Overall Dimensions: 30'' H x 15'' W x 6'' D.

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A shopping day in Candem Stables Market
A shopping day in Candem Stables Market
Los mercados de Camden son una serie de grandes mercados adyacentes en Camden Town cerca de Hampstead y el canal Regent's a menudo llamado colectivamente "el mercado de Camden" o "Camden Lock". Los puestos que forman el Candem Market suelen vender artesanias, ropa o comida etnica. Es la cuarta atraccion de Londres por numero de visitantes, y atrae a unas 100.000 personas cada fin de semana. El Candem Market Stables es la seccion mas grande de Camden Market, de propiedad de Bebo & O.D. Kobo. El mercado esta construido en los antiguos estables y hospital de caballos de la compania ferroviaria Midland. Muchos de los puestos y tiendas se ponen en grandes arcos en los viaductos de ferrocarril. Todo Candem Market Stablers es una mezcla de pequenas tiendas interiores y exteriores, algunas de ellas permanentes y otras arrendadas por dias. Solo se permiten operar a las pequenas tiendas dejando fuera a las grandes cadenas de tiendas. Algunos de los productos que se pueden encontrar son de segunda mano o antiguedades del siglo XX. Si bien los mercados de Camden, en general, tienen sus raices en otras sub-culturas, el numero de visitantes han llegado a ser tan alta que la estacion de metro de Camden Town esta disponible solo para los pasajeros de entrada los domingos por la tarde para evitar el hacinamiento peligroso de las plataformas. Desde el verano de 2007 la parte de atras del mercado se esta redisenando. Esta reurbanizacion constara de dos edificios nuevos de cuatro plantas para tiendas asi como un espacio de exposicion. fuente: wikipedia ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Camden Markets are a number of adjoining large markets in Camden Town near the Hampstead Road Lock of the Regent's Canal (which is usually called Camden Lock), often called collectively "Camden Market" or "Camden Lock". The stalls sell crafts, clothing, bric-a-brac, fast food, and other things. It is the fourth most popular visitor attraction in London, attracting approximately 100,000 people each weekend. A small local food market has operated in Inverness Street since the beginning of the twentieth century (this market lost stalls as local supermarkets opened; as of 2010 this market retains only three fruit and vegetable stalls, which do not open on Sundays, in addition to stalls like those in the other markets). In 1974 a weekly crafts market held every Sunday near Camden Lock was started; a large complex of markets grew from this small beginning. The markets have a mixture of temporary stalls and fixed premises. The markets originally operated on Sundays; this is still the main day, with much activity on Saturdays, but an increasing number of traders, mainly in fixed premises, operate throughout the week. The Stables Market is the largest section of Camden Market, owned by Bebo & O.D. Kobo. The market is built in the former Midland Railway stables and horse hospital which served the horses pulling barges along the canal. Many of the stalls and shops are set into huge arches in railway viaducts. It is a mixture of indoor and outdoor shops and stalls, some of them permanent, others hired by the day. Chain stores are not permitted. Like most of the other Camden markets the Stables Market has many clothes stalls. It is also the main home of furniture stores in the Markets, and many household goods and decorative items are also sold, many of them hand-made, and often ethnically influenced. Some of the goods are second-hand or twentieth-century antiques. Another focus is on clothing and art pieces for alternative sub-cultures such as goths and cybergoths. Two of the more famous of these shops are Black Rose, which cater for goths, with items for sale such as coffin-shaped handbags, and Cyberdog, which houses a huge range of cyber style neon PVC and rubber clothing. The Stables Market entrance Whilst the Stables Market, and the Camden markets generally, have their roots in alternative sub-cultures, visitor numbers have become so high that Camden Town tube station is available only to incoming passengers on Sunday afternoons to prevent dangerous overcrowding of the platforms. Although both Chalk Farm and Mornington Crescent stations also give easy access to the market. During the weeks leading up to Christmas in 2004, the high-profile radio DJ and TV presenter Chris Evans made use of a stall in the Stables Market to sell many of his possessions, ranging from sofas to TVs and crockery. In the October 2006 a large indoor market hall was built in a yard between the Stables Market and Camden Lock Market which was previously used for temporary open air stalls. In the summer of 2007 the back of the Stables Market is being redeveloped. This redevelopment will consist of two new four-storey buildings that will house shops, food outlets, offices, workshops and storage facilities as well as an exhibition space. Through
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The Stables Market was the largest section of Camden Market. The market had been built in the former Midland Railway stables and horse hospital. Many of the stalls and shops were set into huge arches in railway viaducts. It was a mixture of indoor and outdoor shops and stalls, some of them permanent, others hired by the day. Chain stores were not permitted. Like most of the other markets with Camden Market, the Stables Market had many clothes stalls. It was also the main home of furniture stores in the Markets, and many household goods and decorative items were also sold, many of them hand-made, and often ethnically influenced. Some of the goods were second hand. Another focus was on clothing and art pieces for alternative sub-cultures such as goths and cyber-goths. Two of the more famous of these shops were Black Rose, which catered for goths, with items for sale such as coffin-shaped handbags, and Cyberdog, which housed a huge range of neon PVC and rubber clothing. Whilst the Stables Market, and the Camden markets generally had their roots in alternative sub-cultures, high numbers of tourists Visitor numbers were so high that Camden Town tube station was way-out only on Sunday afternoons. During the weeks leading up to Christmas in 2004, the high-profile radio DJ and TV presenter Chris Evans made use of a stall in the Stables Market to sell many of his possessions, ranging from sofas to TVs and crockery. In the October 2006 a large indoor market hall was built in a yard between the Stables Market and Camden Lock Market, which was previously used for temporary open air stalls. In the summer of 2007 the back of the Stables Market is being redeveloped. This redevelopment will consist of two new four-storey buildings that will house shops, food outlets, offices, workshops and storage facilities as well as an exhibition space. Through the redevelopment, there will be a new pedestrian route through the rear of the Stables Market exposing 25 of the existing railway arches. Pedestrian walkways - in the style of the existing historic ramp and bridge system - will open up the site and make it much more accessible to visitors. A glass roof and cycle parking spaces will be added. [1] Numerous rumours about popular chains such as Topshop, H&M and Starbucks moving in to replace existing independent traders have sparked a petition to the UK government and protest groups on social networking site, Facebook. Also public objections to the application from local residents, as well as deputations (supporting and opposing it) were presented to Camden Council. The Facebook protest and petition has caused a number of market traders to request more clarity. Rumours that the market is being demolished to be replaced by a shopping centre is feared to be damaging trade. [2] Many of the objections have ignored agreed restrictions to the size and design of the shop units. These restrictions aimed to suit independent traders and discourage high street retailers. Also the design of the scheme and the materials aims to ensure that the re-development complements the industrial nature of the site's existing Victorian buildings. Cllr Dawn Somper, Chair of the Development Control Committee, Camden Council said: "We absolutely support the desire to preserve the independent and alternative attraction and feel of Stables Market - rather than it looking like a typical high street - and also its economic importance to the Camden Town area. On balance the committee felt that the design, size and heritage considerations of this application were a significant improvement on the previous consented planning permission."

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