Doors- Sandy Row


I was having a mooch around Spitalfields Market and decided to head on over to Sandy Row for a bite of lunch when I noticed this very beautiful blue door. This area was once a thriving Jewish Community, first started up by the Dutch Jews, who worked in the cigar and diamond cutting  industries in London. Just a few paces down from this door is the former Hugenont Chapel, converted into a synagogue in 1870. It’s a small little row with some pretty important doors, and some of them are such a pretty blue! My last door on Sandy Row. (It’s really a very small London Street.)

About susan sheldon nolen

It’s rare to catch me without coffee, a form of camera, or my beloved wire fox terriers. I love the history, the art, and it’s a massive part of my life, as I either paint, write, or get interrupted by my dogs, reminding me of the real world. I hope you enjoy your time here. It’s such a privilege to have readers.
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