Whitechapel is a district in London. It is located within Central and East London, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Whitechapel is 3.4 miles east from the Charing Cross and bounded by Mansell Street to the west, and London Line to the east, and to north Buxton Street.
Whitechapel has become significantly populated with Bangladeshi Community and Brick Lane is an ethnic enclave known as Banglatown. 40% of the community is from Bangladesh. There is a higher number of the Islamic population in this area. The East London Mosque is the evidence of the residence of Muslims in a more considerable amount.
Postcodes: E1, E1W
The East London Line extension to the north to Highbury and Islington and southwards to West Croydon.
Around south London to Clapham Junction, there is a complete ring route.
Whitechapel is the station which is on the London Underground Hammersmith and City and District lines east-west. The South London Line connecting East London Line links north-south.
There are also local buses run throughout the area. Whitechapel also has a cycling Superhighway CS2.
Being inhibited by a large number of Bengali community, Whitechapel is famous for many curry houses.
There were two theatres located on Whitechapel Road ‘The Effingham’ and ‘The Pavilion Theatre’ which has a capacity of 3000 individuals at a time.
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