Brick Lane, in east London, is a fusion of market stalls, vintage emporiums, street-food outlets and alternative fashion brands. It’s east London’s answer to Camden Market in the north of London. If you’re a fan of Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine – it’s home to London’s best. Over the last ten years, it has become London’s most renowned street art venue – every foot of wall space is home to an exotic creation. The photographs that follow will give you a flavour of the place – take the tube to Aldgate East.
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