Location Map Royal Borough of Greenwich
Royal Borough of Greenwich illustrated Map. Greenwich is a beautiful place in London with a rich naval history. The architectural buildings are splendid to look at. Christopher Wren designed 2 buildings of significance in Greenwich. The Royal Observatory and the Royal Naval Hospital.
Greenwich has a lively atmosphere where people come to eat and drink at, restaurants, bars, and the Greenwich market. You can find a range of craft products made by local artists there too.
The royal park of Greenwich is a large park within the park grounds, you can find the Royal Observatory at the top of the hill. The prime meridian runs through Greenwich park where many people come to visit and learn about the history of time which is of significance and ingrained in Greenwich.
Looking down from the Greenwich Observatory. The Queen’s house and the Greenwich maritime museum are within view and located within Greenwich park.
My thoughts behind the Royal Borough of Greenwich map were to capture the significant places of interest within Greenwich and Blackheath.
The locations on the Greenwich map that have been drawn include the Cutty Sark, Royal Naval Hospital, The Queens House, The Maritime Museum, St Alfege Church, The Clock Tower, The Fan Museum, The Royal Observatory, General Wolfe, Green Park Band Stand and Cafe.
The Map is a quick guide to Greenwich that gives anyone looking at it an overview of places of interest.
The Greenwich map has illustrated black and white spot drawing illustrations overlaid onto a detailed line drawing of Greenwich roads and streets. Location names are placed to name the location spot drawings. At the bottom of the map, a Greenwich Skyline is illustrated as another feature to the Greenwich Map.
The Greenwich map began life as a sketch in my Moleskine city map personal project you can find the original sketch here.