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Location type: Burrough
Location address: UK, London, Southwark
Number of texts: 1
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Made by Dromos
Made by Dromos

Southwark, an area south of Tower Bridge was known as the Flemish region at the end of the Middle Ages. These neighborhoods had at that time a dubious reputation. The ‘Fleminsh Frows” which means “Flemish women” were active here. This was a nickname for postituees.

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