Abbey Road is a London street running along the district of Westminster and the district of Camden.
Place of pilgrimage for tourists, its main attraction is that the number 3 of the street is located Abbey Road Studios record label owned by EMI. In these studies various artists have recorded albums, although the most famous of these is the 'Abbey Road', 1969 by The Beatles. The album's cover photograph shows the four group members walking across the zebra crossing located just outside the studio entrance.
Other artists have parodied this album cover such as Red Hot Chili Peppers. The band took a picture crossing the street completely naked just covering their private parts with socks on the Album Abbey Road E.P. in 1988.
The street is cleaned frequently due to the many tourists who leave their mark as a 'graffiti' and the tin street sign around the studios has been removed due to the high cost of frequent replacement.
Source of description: