Some of Enfield's most impressive locations opened their doors to visitors for free during Open House London last weekend.
The borough supported the capital's annual festival of architecture with 20 locations participating in a city-wide celebration of the buildings, places and neighbourhoods which make London famous.
Enfield's Parish Church of St. Andrew in Enfield Town, Deephams Sewage Treatment Works in Picketts Lock, Forty Hall and Estate, Christ Church Southgate and Grade II-listed Elizabethan-era Salisbury House, the Royal Small Arms Factory, the Rumi Mosque, and Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, are some of the sites open to the public.
Council leader Nesil Caliskan said: "We are grateful to the Enfield Society, who are generously part-sponsoring the scheme again.
"Good architecture can tell us a lot about our community and history. This year's list of participants reflects our vibrant industrial history our artistic heritage and also our diversity and inclusiveness."
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