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Little Venice, a charming and hidden part of London, is the junction where Regent's Canal meets Grand Union Canal. It is believed that Robert Browning gave the place its name, perhaps poetically, it reminded him of the Venice he loved. If you're doing the Regent's Canal walk, Little Venice is the starting point and the walk ends at Camden Lock. Read more about the Regent's Canal walk here. >