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- Adult Ages 16+
- Child Ages 8 to 15
- Infant Ages 7 and under
- Family Two adults and two children
The History of North African Muslims in London
It’s time to walk the streets of Central London and visit some of the locations connected to North African Muslims!
Starting from St. James Park underground station (Broadway Exit), we visit the location of Friday prayers that was established 100 years ago by Duse Mohamed Ali.
Discover the imprisonment of a Moroccan ambassador, Algerian Rovers occupying British land, the European Moroccan “Pirate,” the North African Tudor, Shakespeare’s Muslim friend, an Egyptian battle recognized in London, and finishing off around China Town at a hidden gem from 1889.
We will pass by Westminster Abbey, Parliament, Big Ben, Horse Guards Parade, and Trafalgar Square so get your cameras or phones ready for pictures!