By Anton Constantinou
London is a city of many faces. No one area is the same and the people differ greatly too. Owing to its long history, it’s full of contrasting cultures and architecture. Where a bank stands in one town, a market trader does the rounds in another. While a museum wouldn’t look out of place in South Kensington, you’ll struggle to find one in Wembley. Spend enough time in any one part of the city and you begin to get a feel for what its strengths and weaknesses are.
Using stats from the London Datastore, we’ve created a series of Top Trump cards comparing different boroughs across the capital.
Please note: For a full map of London’s boroughs, including where they are and what they cover, please click here.