Aldersgate

Aldersgate was a gate in the London Wall around the City of London which gave its name to a City ward and Aldersgate Street, which runs north from the site of the gate towards Clerkenwell. ==History== The ward of Aldersgate straddles the (now former) line of London Wall and the old gate and historically was divided into `Within` and `Without` ...
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Aldersgate

Aldersgate was a gateway that stood on the north side of the City of London, at the southern end of Aldersgate Street. The gate was supposedly built by the Saxon, Aldrich. It was rebuilt in 1618, damaged during the Great Fire of London and was demolished in 1761.
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