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A London palindrome

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Yet more on palindromes! Yes, we really like palindromes. This time one from London.

Few pieces in hidden europe have evoked so happy a response from readers as the short article on palindromic place names in our last issue. Readers wrote to us from all manner of engagingly palindromic spots across the continent - from Glenelg (Scotland) to Vellev (Denmark). So with our antennae now carefully attuned to palindromes, we have been spotting them everywhere.

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