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London History Group - Hidden London

The London History Group

The London History Group

London History Group - Hidden London

by Mark Milligan
London History Group - Hidden London
London History Group - Hidden London
London History Group - Hidden London

What is it about?

The London History Group

London History Group - Hidden London

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
64Mb
Genre
Travel
Last updated
March 9, 2017
Release date
March 3, 2017
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App Store Description

The London History Group

Whether you're fascinated by the secret and hidden history of London, or simply looking for an alternative guide to hundreds of locations unaware to tourists and many local Londoners alike - The London History Group is an ongoing mapping project, utilising community outreach to raise awareness of the less known historical sites across London and the Greater London area. (Generally, any location that falls within the M25 - with some notable exceptions)

The application is the result of 4 years of research by historian and archaeologist, Markus Milligan, to build one of the most precise and detailed directory resources for discovering hundreds of historical sites on your doorstep in London...

The London History Group application allows you to search London by historical period and discover Iron Age hill forts, Roman fortifications, Victorian crypts, WW2 bunkers and pillboxes, forgotten Norman Castles and many more....

Hundreds of locations listed
Rich location descriptions
Hi-Res image content for all locations
Locations broken down by historical period
Locations pinpoint mapped

Navigation Periods : Prehistoric | Iron Age | Roman | Saxon | Norman | Plantagenet | Tudor | Stuart | Georgian | Victorian | Edwardian | WW1-WW2 | Modern Era