Friday, 14 August 2009

Culture: Kwame Nkrumah's Blue Plaque in Camden

'Blue plaques celebrate great figures of the past and the buildings that they inhabited. They open a window into another time by showing us where the great and the good have penned their masterpieces, developed new technologies, lived or died. Actors, authors, politicians, painters, scientists, sportsmen, campaigners and reformers – people from different countries, cultures and backgrounds – have all been commemorated in this way.'

Why not visit Kwame Nkrumah's blue plaque -when in Camden, and see where our first ever president lived between 1945-1947. The address is 60 Burghley Road, Camden, NW5
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