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Kings Cross

King's Cross is home to all manner of cultural institutions, including The British Library, King's Place, The Wellcome Collection, The Foundling Museum, London Canal Museum, Gagosian Art Gallery, the offices of The Guardian and The Observer newspapers, and The Place, London's

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Swiss Cottage

Swiss Cottage is in the London Borough of Camden in London and is 3.2 miles (5.1 km) north-west of Charing Cross. It is centred on the junction of Avenue Road and Finchley Road and is the location of Swiss Cottage tube station. There are excellent traditional bistros and bars around

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Camden Town

Camden Market has a string of different open-air shopping areas, most of them in the locks along Regent's Canal. Fashion, antiques, music, arts, crafts and bric-a-brac fill a labyrinth of boutiques and stalls, where even local residents sometimes stumble upon whole unexplored areas. The

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Chalk Farm

Chalk Farm is in the London Borough of Camden. It lies directly to the north of Camden Town and its underground station is the closest tube station to the nearby, upmarket neighbourhood of Primrose Hill. Chalk Farm absorbs the spread from Camden Town and has many lively pubs, live music venues,

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Belsize Park

Located in the London Borough of Camden, Belsize Park is just over three miles from Charing Cross in the North West of London. Belsize Park is hugely fashionable and property prices in the area are simply soaring with properties regularly costing more than a million pounds. Part of the

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Hampstead

Located in the London Borough of Camden, Hampstead is approximately four miles north west of the centre of London and has been home to famous names past and present such as Lord Byron, Sigmund Freud, George Orwell and Stephen Fry. Nothing seems able to shake

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Kentish Town

Kentish Town is an area of north west London, in the London Borough of Camden. Many old buildings remain in Kentish Town, albeit hidden behind the facades of modern shops or neglected, and it is still possible to get a good impression of Kentish Town's heritage in present-day NW5.

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Primrose Hill

Camden Market has a string of different open-air shopping areas, most of them in the locks along Regent's Canal. Fashion, antiques, music, arts, crafts and bric-a-brac fill a labyrinth of boutiques and stalls, where even local residents sometimes stumble upon whole unexplored areas. The

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Russel Square

Located in Central London, Bloomsbury is recognised mainly as a residential area, although there are plenty of academic buildings that attract visitors namely the University of London headquarters and the British Museum including what used to be the British Library.

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Fitzrovia

Between Marylebone and Bloomsbury, and just north of Soho, Fitzrovia finds itself right in the midst of things. Traditionally boasting some of the capital's best boozers, it's also now an area with a bit of a reputation for its restaurants - and with good reason, getting a table at some proves practically Herculean. There's quite a bit of history too, with its bohemian past playing host to the likes of Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw and Arthur Rimbaud - the latter's libertine legacy lasting.

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Marylebone:

Marylebone has been an incredibly fashionable area in London since at least the seventeenth century - as the catalogue of famous residents (past and present) attests. With Oxford Street as its southern border, Marylebone is of course a world-famous shopping destination, but a quick look around the side streets reveal specialist shops and boutiques that sell everything from Stradivarius violins to plastic buttons.

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