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Canada Square

Canada Square is a public square at Canary Wharf, on the Isle of Dogs in London's Docklands. It is in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in the eastern end of Central London along the River Thames. Canada Square is surrounded by the three tallest buildings in the United Kingdom[specify], including One Canada Square, which has been the tallest building since 1990. The Canadian connection is from the original developers of the site, Olympia and York, owned by Paul Reichmann family of Toronto, Ontario.

5 Canada Square

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) was the architect of the building, completed in 2003. It is 88 metres tall with a floorspace of 46,450 square metres. SOM?s design team for the building was led by architect Marshall Strabala, and the team won an American Institute of Architect?s Honor Award for its achievement.[1]

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With the movement of HSBC Group's headquarters from Hong Kong to London in 1993, the firm decided that having thousands of employees scattered across the City of London was not an ideal situation. Between 1995 and 1997 a number of proposals were considered, including the redevelopment of the previous Group Head Office at 10 Lower Thames Street, London, however the DS-2 plot at Canary Wharf was chosen for the location and space available.

Charles Dickens Museum, London

The building at 48 Doughty Street was threatened with demolition in 1923, but was saved by the Dickens Fellowship, founded in 1902, who raised the mortgage and bought the property's freehold. The house was renovated and the Dickens House Museum was opened in 1925, under the direction of an independent trust. The museum has since been renamed the Charles Dickens Museum.[2]

Russell Square tube station

The station was opened by the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway on 15 December 1906.[2] The station was designed by Leslie Green.[3]

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