Vintage London map
Map of vintage London. Vintage London map (England) to print. Vintage London map (England) to download. In London, many remains of Roman origin reveal a significant commercial activity, the intensity of which increases after the conquest of Brittany by Claude in 43 AD Occupied by Aulus Plautius, vintage london is named after Londinium. The first mention of Londinium appears on a Celtic site and dates from about 50 AD. The vintage map of London is downloadable.
London was originally a Celtic dwelling place. The Romans made it the capital of Britannia province under the name of Londinium. London vintage map shows a face of the city. London is home to the famous British Museum, compared by some to the Louvre Museum in Paris for the importance of its collections, both in number and quality.
Historically, vintage London grew from three distinct centres: the walled settlement founded by the Romans on the banks of the Thames in the 1st century CE, today known as the City of London, “the Square Mile,” or simply “the City”; facing it across the bridge on the lower gravels of the south bank, the suburb of Southwark; and a mile upstream, on a great southward bend of the river, the City of Westminster (see vintage London map).