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2 Willow Road, designed by Erno Goldfinger in 1939 on Georgian principles, is regarded as an icon of modernist architecture.
2 Willow Road, designed by Erno Goldfinger in 1939 on Georgian principles, is regarded as an icon of modernist architecture. The family home has on display original works by Henry Moore and Max Ernst, among others. Local lore has it that Hampstead resident of that time - Ian Fleming objected so strongly to Goldfinger's modernist design, that he named his famous Bond villain after him.
The White Hart Lane in Tottenham is most famous for its Premiership football team, Tottenham Hotspur
Bruce Castle is a 16th century manor house, one of the oldest brick houses in England, that is now a public park and museum set over 20 acres
The Tottenham Marsh is a part of the Lea Valley Park, a natural habitat for a variety of flora and fauna
The William Morris Gallery is dedicated to the eponymous English Arts and Crafts designer who lived here
Clissold Park is a former country house estate and was first opened to the public in 1889
The Clowns Archive is a museum of clowning, displaying a unique collection of faces on eggs
London Fields hosts a farmers' market every Saturday, selling hand-made jewellery, gifts, childrenswear and vintage clothing
The Alexandra Palace is a 19th century grand Victorian building, from where the BBC started its broadcast regular television
The tower of St John-at-Hackney Church is the oldest building in Hackney and a famous landmark of the borough
The Hackney Museum traces the local history of Hackney and its diverse ethnicity through eclectic artifacts and oral recordings