Medieval London

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A map of London most likely extracted from a copperplate for printing dated to around 1560. This image depicts all of Lower Thames Street and Most of Upper Thames Street.

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The street is lined with luxury clothing stores, commercial banks, food outlets, and even an eight-floor mall complex, complete with restaurants, cafes, and high-end retail stores. On the left side of the picture is St. Mary-le-Bow church, which…

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The Agas map with Leadenhall Market marked in blue.

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Reconstruction of what the market arcade and granary probably looked like in the middle ages.

While the original market no longer remains, Leadenhall Street retains its original medieval layout
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