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The table shows people of African descent  who lived in Bristol. Scipio Africanus  (1720) was one of them.

This Hindu Temple was established in 1979 in Redfield, East Bristol in a late Victorian gothic building whose original use had been a Methodist Cha

Bristol’s first mosque, the Bristol Jamia Mosque in Green Street Totterdown, Bristol on the site of St. Katherine’s church.

The Bristol and West Progressive Jewish congregation was formed in 1961 and met briefly in members’ houses then met at the meeting house of the Red

The late Victorian period was one of public health reform and the construction of new streets in the city.

The Owen Street Mosque moved into a building originally erected in 1901 at the City Street Mission.

It was in 1977 that the Chelsea Road Gurdwara was first established .

This building was acquired by Sikhs in 1978 to replace the city’s first Gudwara which had been originally 1958 at 8 St.

The Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Church Road, St. George, Bristol is in a building built in 1894-95 originally as the St.

Originally used as a girls’ church school until 1950 and then variously as a Conservative Club and veterinary supplies storage and distribution cen

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