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The Standard

A Guide to King's Cross

London-Advice

We have arrived and are so pleased to call this Brutalist beauty that was once the Camden Townhall Annexe, home. The building opened in 1974 and represented the ideology of its time, Social Progressivism for all. In its second life as The Standard, London, we are inspired by this idea of searching for an alternative, a utopia, a meeting point for everyone to connect, create and make discoveries. In doing so we called upon our ever-growing London Family for their tips and recommendations in this great city that is their home and our new one. We hope you enjoy the 1st edition of The Standard Guide to King's Cross.

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The Standard

9 Cultural Facts about King’s Cross

London-Lists

In modern times, King’s Cross has been the site of avant-garde film screenings, illicit raves, game-changing fashion shows and important civil rights work. Today, it remains an important cultural hub, home to the largest national library in the world, an exciting art and music venues, and world’s first gay-inclusive rugby union club. Here, we present nine things you need to know about this fascinating district of London.

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