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Richmond-Kew (Hampton Court Palace, National Archives, Richmond Park, Royal Botanic Gardens, Twickenham Stadium)Leafy Thames-side scenery with a semi-rural feel which is helped by the presence of major parkland and numerous large aristocratic residences.
Hammersmith and Fulham (Chelsea FC, Fulham FC, Fulham Palace, Westfield White City)Well-heeled Thames-side borough in west London which is a hotbed for professional football and diverse shopping experiences.
Lambeth (Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Palace, The Oval Cricket Ground)A diverse multicultural district to the south of the River Thames; includes LGBT-friendly Vauxhall, more middle class Clapham and the Caribbean flavours of Brixton.
Holborn-Clerkenwell (Hatton Garden, Inns of Court, Royal Courts of Justice, Somerset House)Buffer zone between the West End and the City of London financial district, and the home of English Common Law.
Leicester Square (National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square)A West End district that is the centre of London's Theatreland, features UK and world cinema premieres and is also home to the city's Chinatown.
Southwark-Lewisham (Crystal Palace Park, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Horniman Museum)Inner southern districts of London; traditionally residential, with a large melting pot of communities.
Greenwich (Air Line cable car, Maritime Greenwich, Prime Meridian, Royal Observatory, The O2 Arena)On the pretty southern banks of the Thames is an area with strong links to Britain's seafaring heritage and breathtaking views across to Canary Wharf.
The Mayor of London is elected by London residents and should not be confused with the Lord Mayor of the City of London.
The names of several boroughs, such as Westminster or Camden, are well-known, others less so, such as Wandsworth or Lewisham.
Mayfair-Marylebone (London Zoo, Madame Tussauds, Regent's Park, Royal Academy of Arts, Wallace Collection)Some extremely well-heeled districts of west central London with London's primary shopping streets, among them Bond Street, Oxford Street, Regent Street and Savile Row.
Paddington-Maida Vale (Abbey Road, Little Venice, Lord's Cricket Ground)Largely residential district of northwest central London with lots of mid-range accommodation, famous for its canal and houseboats.