Cecil Court: A hidden gem full of independent bookshops.

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In the heart of London since the 17th century, Cecil Court, also the temporary home of Mozart, is the West End’s most distinctive shopping street with independent booksellers.

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This video takes viewers on a captivating journey through the fascinating history of a serene London street known affectionately as ‘Booksellers’ Row’.

Delving into its history, it uncovers the enchanting stories and rich heritage that have shaped this remarkable locale.

The video offers a unique perspective by weaving together interviews with a diverse array of visitors who have been drawn to this street’s literary charm.

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