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Yes it is legal to take photos in any public place. This falls under the EU privacy laws. These laws state that you can take pictures and films anywhere as long as there is no reasonable expectation of privacy. So if you are out in public then it is obvious you are not going to bet any privacy as you are out and about. However if you were in a secluded back garden, you can reasonably expect privacy there so it would be unlawful for someone to take pictures or videos of you there, same with inside your house. So to answer your question, yes this is perfectly legal.
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