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Bob Marley - WC1

Bob Marley - WC1 Bob Marley - WC1

Erection date: 26/10/2006

Inscription

Mayor of London
Robert Nesta Marley, 1945 - 1981, singer, lyricist and Rastafarian icon, lived here, 1972.
Nubian Jak Community Trust

Marley lived here on the first of his many visits to London. This plaque was erected 25 years after his death. Getty Images have some photos of the unveiling.

Site: Bob Marley - WC1 (1 memorial)

WC1, Ridgmount Gardens, 34

2021: The flat is for sale and is described as a "four-bedroom, entrance floor apartment".

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Bob Marley - WC1

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Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley, singer, lyricist and Rastafarian icon. His reggae songs ...

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