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This is the part where you find out that I love Breaking Bad & Flowers… I hope you enjoy my Brick Lane photos, & if you missed the previous posts you can check them out here: November 9th, November 2nd & October 26th. I also have to add, that photos 6 and on are from Spitalfields Market which you can also visit easily if you are doing Brick Lane Sunday.
Brick Lane is 1 of my favorite Markets in London. You can pretty much find anything & everything here. I bought these cool photographs for my room & I found this cool Rose Gold ring at the market. Check out Brick Lane on Sundays.
Here are some more photos from Brick Lane Market. If you missed the other posts, you can check them out here and here.
Early history The Truman Markets originally developed in the 17th century as a lone farmers’ market that was held on Sundays due to religious observances by the area’s then-prolific Jewish community. During the 20th century, the Brick Lane area experienced an influx of Bangladeshi immigrants who transformed the marketplace. Even today, Brick Lane is very famous for its curry houses.
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