Around Spitalfields, London
Very near the two old shop fronts is one end of Artillery Passage. This view is from immediately outside the old shops looking along the rather narrow Artillery Passage.
The road showing in the bottom right corner is Artillery Lane.
A view along Artillery Passage with its numerous shops and other establishments.
An example of some of the local Street Art, just off Brick Lane, from someone who obviously has a vivid imagination.
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Dennis Sever's House, which dates from 1724, is at 18 Folgate Street. Dennis Sever was an artist who chose to live in the house in much the same way as the original Huguenot occupants did in the early 18th century.
The house is open only on specific days at specific times so you should refer to their web site before you go. It was not open when I was there.
In Devonshire Square you will find this sculpture by Denys Mitchell which commemorates an agreement made in the 1st century AD between King Edgar and a group of 13 knights whereby he would give them land near this spot on condition that they would each engage in three combats, one on the ground, another on water and the third below ground.
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