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See Kensington (game) for the board game named Kensington
Kensington is a former borough of London, now part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The name is still used to designate an area of northwest inner London. Notable places in Kensington (or South Kensington[?]) include: Kensington Gardens, the Royal Albert Hall, the Natural History Museum[?], the Science Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Imperial College, London.

Kensington is also the name of a number of cities in the United States of America, mostly named in honor of the above London area:

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