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I'm not entirely convinced that Burlington Arcade belongs in the Category:London Shops. It is more a 'shopping mall' than a shop. -- Chris j wood 14:17, 19 Apr 2005 (UTC)
I wanted to have a review of teh decision to delete the article since it seems references have been added and I found some as well. It seems pretty notable based on an easy google search (tons of relevent matches). I'm not one hundred percent sure how to do teh formating on the page in order to do so. I'd be obliged if some one could help wiht that. Primarily I think this article is important because it has been merged to a correct 'London shopping centre' category and it is the architectural ancestor of the the modern shopping mall! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk)
The above appears to be disingenuous. An irrelevant deletion review pertaining to another article was inserted at the head of this article. The article Burlington Arcade is not under review for deletion, needless to say. --Wetman 23:14, 22 August 2007 (UTC)