Pride of Place Map
Members of the public have placed thousands of pins on the map that identify places that are relevant to LGBTQ heritage and history.
A key feature of Pride of Place is an interactive crowd-sourced map hosted by Historypin.
The Pride of Place LGBTQ heritage pages on this website build on this public contribution by sharing the LGBTQ locations that people have recorded. Many include stories that have come from contributors’ own lives, and together they help to constitute a broad and inclusive Queer heritage. Pride of Place also draws from the increasing body of wider research into our Queer past by local and community groups and by academics.
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