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Built in 1743 by French Huguenots

Chuck Norton

Built in 1743 by French Huguenots who had fled religious persecution under King Louis XIV – and later used by Lithuanian Jews and, finally, as a mosque for the area’s Bangladeshi community – 59 Brick Lane stands as an enduring symbol of London's traditionally welcoming approach towards immigrants.

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