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Earls Court is a district that is located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London, England. It is well known for being the home of world famous residents throughout the past century, such as Princess Diana, Alfred Hitchcock, Freddie Mercury, Stewart Granger and Benjamin Britten. The area is also famous for its Earls Court Exhibition Centre, which opened in 1937 and contains a remarkable Art Deco facade that faces Warwick Road. The Centre once hosted numerous national trade fairs such as the annual Motor Show, Royal Agricultural Show, the military Royal Tournament and even the Crufts dog show. Today it is being used predominantly as a music venue and has hosted such events as the farewell concert for the well known boy-band Take That. It has also been used for opera performances of the popular musicals Carmen and Aida. Another landmark in the area is the Empress State Building, which is located on Lillie Road and is a triangular office building with curved in bow facades. It was opened in 1962 and was occupied by the Ministry of Defence for three decades until it was taken over by the Metropolitan Police in 2003. Earls Court also contains the lovely coffee house and music venue called the Troubadour, which has hosted such world famous musical artists as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, and Elvis Costello. There is a blue police box that is situated outside of Earls Court underground station and is a replica of the once common GPO police signalbox that existed until the early 1970s. It was used as a telephone kiosk for policemen, but were eventually made obsolete with the introduction of personal radios within the police force. Earls Court Village contains a variety of Asian restaurants, community Filipino banks and Filipino supermarkets as being the centre of the Filipino British.
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