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The construction of the White City Estate began in the late 1930s and was finished after the Second World War. It is named after the White City Exhibition that took place on the site in 1908.

The estate was built by the London County Council. 23 blocks were completed by the outbreak of the war, with the rest completed afterwards.

Attribution: London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

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