London Windows, Nature & One Tattoo

Bedenbecker, Uwe
Publisher: Caravanbook
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Pages: 24
Measurements: 13.00 x 21.00 cm

London has always attracted people from all over the world, famous or unknown, to live there permanently or for a limited period of time.
In 1870 Frederick Engels moved to a four-storey mid-Victorian townhouse in London ´s Regent ´s Park Road in Primrose Hill. Shortly before his fiftieth birthday he sold his family business in Manchester which allowed him to continue living as a wealthy speculator and author until his death in 1895. He chose Primrose Hill to be close to his friend Karl Marx who lived just a short walk nearby. At that time London was the world-largest city in population. (…)

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