East London map
East map of London. East London map (England) to print. East London map (England) to download. The East London map shows East End, a traditional London neighborhood, located east of Shoreditch High Street. It extends east to the Lea River and is mainly located in the Tower Hamlets district of central London as shown in the East London map. In the Middle Ages, the East End was part of the larger parish of Stepney.
The East End of London has a long history, dating back to the time when the area was a separate village outside the Roman city walls of London (see map of East London). Today, the East End is known for its fusion of cultures. Indeed, the region has always been primarily a place where the poor and the immigrants went to settle when they could not afford to live in London.
East London has always been the poor relation of the West End. Since time immemorial, it has attracted trade and industry, thanks to its proximity to both the Thames and the Lea River. In particular, "dirty" industries such as tanning. The map of East London presents this part of London less known to tourists.
The East London map has been home to immigrants from all time, art galleries and trendy bars. The East End has become a new place of expression for the inhabitants. In full expansion, it is mainly occupied by young people and is a concentrate of new trends in London. With its diversity, the East End will soon become one of London's most prominent neighborhoods.