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Rose Crescent

History of Rose Crescent

The outer side of the crescent remains one long terrace of buildings of uniform design, called in 1826 ‘newly erected’. It is typical of the white-brick domestic building of the early C19 in Cambridge. It was the site of the former yard of the Rose Tavern, now destroyed. (Pevsner)

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