Victoria Street, the main street along the riverbank. This street is commonly referred as The Embankment, and from this point of Victoria Street, you can see the new office tower, which it is second tallest in Old Delaware area.
Delaware-Wellis Building, which it was built in 1952 as the tallest tower in the city, but it wasn't until 1973 when another tower dominated the city skyline by fifteen metres. But generally, Wellis Building is very well-known and if you are lucky, in a clear day, you can see this building from up to 72 km away.
Typical terrace houses in Covent Gardens, five kilometres away from Downtown... even ten kilometres away from the downtown, it is still very dense with old buildings and terrace houses, and rowhomes.
Novotel Delaware, the five-star hotel right in Old Delaware, and a quick walk away from Delaware Cathedral. Old Delaware city council plans to remove some buildings next to Novotel hotel and replace it with an open-spaced friendly Sunday markets.
St. Ives Gate. The famous checkpoint between Communist New Albana and Democratic New Albana in the Great War in 1928 - 1946. In 1946, Democratic New Albana won the Great War and decided to keep this honorably gate as a national hertiage and an official monument of the City. As you can see, the places further away from the gate, away from you, it is the Communist territory.
St. Ives Gate.
Delaware City Shopping Centre, the largest shopping centre in Delaware. This shopping centre includes over 864 different retail stores within 8 floors, and nearly 4,000 car parking spaces underground - but generally, most people catch public transport to reach to this shopping centre (metro or bus).
Delaware General Hospital, the second largest hopsital in Delaware - located at Queens' Junction.
Generally, most of the shops within Delaware City Centre - by law, that it must remain open 24/7 except for national holidays, official holidays or official "breaks". This photo is taken at King's Cross at 3:44 am in the morning, it is still bright and look "busy".
This area, (right side of this picture) is the oldest part of Delaware with the mouth of River Tyne.
Downtown Delaware and National Avenue runs along the coastline around the downtown.
Typical suburban houses around Delaware, you can find it for at least $250,000-$350,000 with low mortgage rates, as negiotated by Reserve Bank of New Albana.
oh, did I forgot one more picture?
Here you go, this picture pretty much explains it all.
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