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East End, London

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  • I read in classic works about the horrors of life in those places. Historically this part of London to the East of the City was less lucky than the West End. The wind here sduvalo smoke and stench, and in the slums of settled immigrants and the poor. So it was curious to see what became East end now. The main impression is all mixed up. Somewhere is still desolation reigns, many social housing, there are national areas. From what I liked, I would highlight part of the former Docklands (Docklands) and Canary Wharf. Especially interesting was to go there at the DLR without drivers. I walked among the modern office buildings, nice looking, and could hardly imagine that a hundred years ago there stood a filthy barracks. True, and in the current East End remains where it is better not to go outside, especially at night.
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  • The rapid transition from high-rises in the glass to have its 2 major buildings, the corners of which suspiciously wet and "oluzheny" near the bars. Invisible confrontation. In General, come see for yourself
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  • This area seems to be forcibly updated when among old buildings end of 19 century, the Tower giant skyscrapers that simply overwhelm the whole area of its power. I secretly hoped to see the area where was Jack the Ripper, but there's nothing left. Specially to come here to walk makes no sense, except that walk on it by walking from one to the other attractions such as the London wall to the Doklendz Museum and Canary Warf Wharf.
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