St. Luke's

St. Luke’s is a neighbourhood and former civil parish in central London, north of the City of London. It was named after the church of St. Luke’s on Old Street west, which was built in the eighteenth century and is now deconsecrated. The neighbourhood’s notable sites include the Whitecross Street Market, which dates to the seventeenth century and was known as Squalors’ Market for its poverty in the nineteenth century.


Latitude: 51.524765000000
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