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The street view of a terraced house. The ground floor of the house has been painted white. To the left is a dark blue door with a brass letterbox and a sunburst window above. To the right is a tall rectangular window. The rest of the house is bare brown brick. There are two further floors above, indicated by two rows of pairs of large sash windows. A fourth floor is indicated by two smaller sash windows that meet the white roof line. A blue circular plaque is affixed to the wall centrally above the door and window of the ground floor. The edges of neighboring terraced homes and some street furniture are visible.
A modern photograph of the facade of Dickens's home in Norfolk Street, London
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