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City of London (Bank of England, Museum of London, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral)The City is where London originally developed within the Roman city walls and is a city in its own right, separate from the rest of London.It is now the most important financial centre in the world, but an area where modern skyscrapers stand next to medieval churches on ancient street layouts.Settlement has existed on the site of London since well before Roman times, with evidence of Bronze Age and Celtic settlement.The Roman city of Londinium, established just after the Roman conquest of Britannia in the year 43, formed the basis for the modern city (some isolated Roman period remains are still to be seen within the City).Today, London has taken on a much larger meaning to include all of the vast central parts of the modern metropolis, with the city having absorbed numerous surrounding towns and villages over the centuries, including large portions of the surrounding "home counties", one of which - Middlesex - being completely consumed by the growing metropolis.The term Greater London embraces Central London together with all the outlying suburbs that lie in one continuous urban sprawl within the lower Thames Valley.Once the stalking ground of Jack the Ripper, now home to hipstery bars, art galleries and parks, and an extremely diverse population.
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.Though densely populated, London retains large swathes of green parkland and open space, even within the city centre.Greater London is all of the area surrounded by the M25 orbital motorway, and consists of 32 London Boroughs and the City of London that, together with the office of the Mayor of London, form the basis for London's local government.East (City Airport, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, West Ham United FC, Westfield Stratford City)Originally part of the county of Essex, taking in former industrial areas on the upper Thames Estuary, while to the north east lies the gateway to the affluent Epping Forest area.
West (Chiswick House, Heathrow Airport, Musical Museum, Osterley Park, Syon Park)Taking in much of the ancient English county of Middlesex (which many local residents still identify with rather than "London") and former parts of Buckinghamshire.
Soho (Carnaby Street, Soho Square)Dense concentration of highly fashionable restaurants, cafés, clubs and jazz bars, as well as London's gay village all mixed in with a cluster of sex shops and seedier adult entertainment venues.