Seven Dials is a street junction in Camden, Greater London. It is named for the monument in the centre, which bears seven sundials around its top. The monument was done up a few years back, and unveiled by the Queen of the Netherlands. Earlham Street leads north-west to Cambridge Circus, and St Martin's Lane runs south toward Charing Cross and the Coliseum. Covent Garden is to the south-east. Once, the area was infamously disreputable, but in recent years it has improved somewhat.

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