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A photowalk through Spitalfields history and the life of the Huguenots

PUBLISHED: 17:31 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:40 10 April 2013

Christ church, on Fournier Street, was built to state the power of the Church of England after the arrival of French Protestant refugees to the Spitalfields area, the Huguenots.

Christ church, on Fournier Street, was built to state the power of the Church of England after the arrival of French Protestant refugees to the Spitalfields area, the Huguenots.

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Pictures by Isabel Infantes

The Huguenots of Spitalfields Festival will be on from the 8th to the 21st April. As part of the festival’s programme there are a series of daily walks to delight visitors with the history of Spitalfields and the life of the Huguenots. Please click on the multimedia gallery on the right hand side to see all the pictures.


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