Vere Street, Westminster

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Not to be confused with Vere Street, Camden.
The interior of Marybone Chapel on Vere Street, by William Hogarth.

Vere Street is a street off Oxford Street, in central London, England. It is a continuation of Welbeck Street. It is named after a family name of the area's owners at the time of its construction, the Earls of Oxford. It is best known for the Marybone Chapel, also known as the Marylebone Chapel or Oxford Chapel, now St Peter's Vere Street. The sculptor John Michael Rysbrack lived and died here in 1770.

The Consular Section of the Embassy of Brazil is located at nos. 3-4.[1]

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Vere Street from the junction with Henrietta Place, towards Oxford Street

The nearest underground station is Bond Street to the south-west.

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  1. ^ "The London Diplomatic List". 13 December 2013. 

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Coordinates: 51°30′54″N 0°8′50″W / 51.51500°N 0.14722°W / 51.51500; -0.14722