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Moorgate was one of the City of London's northern gates in its defensive wall, the last to be built. The gate took its name from the Moorfields, an area of marshy land that lay immediately north of the wall. The gate was demolished in 1762, but gave its name to a major street, Moorgate, laid out in 1834. The area around the street and around Moorgate station is informally also referred to as Moorgate. The Moorgate district is home to many financial institutions and has many notable historic and contemporary buildings.

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  • Moorgate était l'une des sept portes historiques de la Cité de Londres. À l'origine elle était une poterne ouverte en 1415 au mur de Londres avant d’être agrandie et transformée en porte. Elle est la plus récente des sept portes de la Cité de Londres.La porte tire son nom des Moorfields et elle fut démolie en 1762. Aujourd'hui la porte a laissé place à une rue portant le même nom et une station du métro de Londres.
  • Is baile é Moorgate atá suite sa chontae searmanais an Chathair Londan i Londain Láir.
  • Moorgate es un área del municipio londinense de la City de Londres. En origen era una poterna de la muralla de Londres construida originalmente por los romanos. Se convirtió en una puerta en el siglo XV y fue demolida en 1762,​ pero el nombre sobrevive para una calle que conecta la City con los distritos londinenses de Islington y Hackney, y fue construida alrededor de 1846 como uno de los nuevos accesos al puente de Londres.
  • Moorgate was one of the City of London's northern gates in its defensive wall, the last to be built. The gate took its name from the Moorfields, an area of marshy land that lay immediately north of the wall. The gate was demolished in 1762, but gave its name to a major street, Moorgate, laid out in 1834. The area around the street and around Moorgate station is informally also referred to as Moorgate. The Moorgate district is home to many financial institutions and has many notable historic and contemporary buildings.
  • Moorgate era una porta secondaria realizzata nel London Wall costruito originariamente dai romani. Essa venne trasformata in una porta vera e propria nel XV secolo. Anche se poi essa venne demolita nel 1762, il suo nome è oggi portato da una della più importanti strade della City of London. Essa collega la City ad Islington e ad , essendo stata costruita nel 1846 come una delle vie di accesso al London Bridge.
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