Discover the unique collection of historic maps and plans of Islington held at the Islington Local History Centre.
This exhibition highlights reproductions of maps from the archives, illustrating the topographical history of this north London borough from 16th century rural village to an urban Victorian district.
This is an opportunity to examine the fascinating development and changes that has shaped the character and identity of Islington.
Mapping Islington: Historic maps and plans of Islington (1553-1894)
Where: Islington Local History Centre, 245 St John Street, EC1V 4NB
When: Monday 1 April to Friday 31 May
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- Islington Assembly Hall
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- Canonbury Tower tours
- Healthy Generations classes
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