Here’s a picture of the Brick Lane Mosque – which was built as a protestant church in 1743 for the French Huguenot community and then became a synagogue in the 19th century before its current incarnation as a mosque. Proof, as if it was needed, that London has always been a very mixed up and diverse place.
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Broadcaster and award short-listed author. Appearances on the History Channel, Discovery, UKTV and ITV talking about the Knights Templar and other popular history topics. Former BBC news producer. View all posts by Tony McMahon