The Mall (/mÃ¦l/) in London is the road running from Buckingham Palace at its western end to Admiralty Arch and on to Trafalgar Square at its eastern end, where it crosses Spring Gardens, which was where the Metropolitan Board of Works and for a number of years the London County Council was based. It is closed to traffic on Sundays and public holidays, and on ceremonial occasions.
The Mall, or The Mall Broadwalk (TMB), formerly known as The Broadwalk, is a shopping centre located in Edgware, London. It is owned by The Mall Company. The Mall Broadwalk is a single storey shopping centre and holds over 30 shops including Sainsbury's, Marks and Spencer, New Look, Topshop, Burtons, Bay, and Evans, as well as public toilets and baby changing facilities.
The Mall in Lahore, Pakistan (also known as Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam), is one of the city's main roads, and, along with the Grand Trunk Road, one of its most famous as well. The Mall holds significant historical and cultural value, as most of the buildings lining the road are a collection of Mughal and colonial-era architecture, the majority of them built during the British Raj era.