You asked: What is the oldest shopping Centre in London?

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What was the first shopping Centre in London?

The Bull Ring was the first indoor city-centre shopping centre in the UK. At the time, it was one of the largest enclosed shopping centres outside America. It was celebrated as a revolutionary example of urban planning and the pioneer for a new era of shopping design in Britain.

What was the first shopping Centre?

The first shopping mall was the Country Club Plaza, founded by the J.C. Nichols Company and opened near Kansas City, Mo., in 1922. The first enclosed mall called South-dale opened in Edina, Minnesota (near Minneapolis) in 1956.

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