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Few little facts about Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury lies in the south of the London Borough of Camden developed by the Russell Family in the 17th and 18th centuries into a fashionable residential area. It has no official boundaries. It is notable for array of garden squares, literary connections, numerous hospitals and academic institutions. The earliest record of what would become Bloomsbury is the 1806 Domesday book which records that the area had vineyards and wood for 100 pigs.
Bloomsbury was formerly home to the British Library but it was moved in 1997 to the larger premises nearby, next to St Pancras railway station in Somers Town. Bloomsbury is also home to he British Museum, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, The British Medical Association and the University of London's Senate House Library.
The poet, dramatist and prose writer William Butler Yeats lived in Bloomsbury. Vanessa Bell, painter sister of Virginia Woolf lived at 46 Gordon Square n Bloomsbury.