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There have been two mansions in London, England called Leicester House:
- A house in the Strand near the Temple: Leicester House, Strand. This existed in the Tudor period, and possibly earlier (and was also known as Essex House).
- A 17th-century mansion from which Leicester Square takes its name.
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