Iverna Gardens/Court

Iverna - gardens street signThe first letter I got stumped at (there are a few more later in the month). I is not a common letter for street names and I had to dig deep down in my archives for something interesting to write about it.

I came up with Iverna Gardens and Court, which is located in the neighbourhood where I first lived when I moved to London, between West Kensington tube station and Kensington High Street.

Iverna - court street sign

It is a pretty little street and square, one of those small, quiet street that makes you forget that London is a large metropolis. I always admired the neat square with the small Armenian church and the neat tidy apartment buildings. I used to short cut through here when going to Kensington High Street and further beyond to shop.

Iverna - St Sark's armenian church

The extra bits: If you are visiting London, take the unbeaten path and stroll among the residential streets to be reminded what a beautiful city London is where its residents live.

Let me know in the comments if you have a favourite I street in London or in your own hometown/favourite city.

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2 Responses to Iverna Gardens/Court

  1. Eva says:

    I love those small quiet streets in cities like London, yes. A city is much more than the tourist spots, and you need time to discover it.
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    EvaMail Adventures

    • jebjork says:

      I’ve lived here for eight years now and I still discover things! Even more during this challenge. And I still don’t feel that I’m done with this place.

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