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The Angel, Islington from the air

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aerial photograph of The Angel, Islington London UK. The Angel, Islington is a collection of buildings around the junction of Islington High Street ( running from the right of photo ) and Pentonville Road ( running from top of photo ) in the centre of the photograph. It takes its name from an Inn which stood on or near the crossroads in the 17th century and thereafter the immediate area became known as The Angel. The Angel, Islington is famous as a site in the British version of the monopoly game

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