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ST MARK’S CHURCH, KENNINGTON

St Mark's church, north-west elevation, built in 1824, damaged during World War II, and restored in 1949. Previously the site was used as a place of execution, the Kennington Gallows. Watercolour by unknown artist, c.1830.Ref: SP13/713/MARK.18

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Image type:Watercolour Painting
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Ref:00159
Original ref:SP13/713/MARK 18
Date:c.1830

-Before 1850BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREKENNINGTONRELIGIONWatercolour Painting

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