Doesn't Windsor suppose to be a title for the current dynasty in the United Kingdom? Is it common in western culture to name the streets or avenues after the royal title?
You're right! Windsor is a title for Royals. It's common in the United Kingdom and old British colonies for streets to have British names or titles, such as Victoria, London, Church, Park, Queens, George, and so on. Even in South Africa, there is a street called "Windsor", and you'll find many streets with similar names. Ex: Turn right on Victoria road! It's the purple house with the wooden door. Ex: Can you deliver it to 12 Queen road, please? Thank you.
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