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20th March 1968 Arsenal footballer Paul Merson was born in Harlesden, North London.

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Portobello Road Markets

Portobello Road Markets

One of Londonís famous outdoor flea markets.

Location: Portobello Road, W10

Description: One of Londonís famous outdoor flea markets. On weekends, it has the feel of 70ís ďhead shopĒ with boodles of things you would never buy on any other occasion. Wander both the outdoor stands and the permanent indoor arcades and you will find something you just demands to be purchased and taken home with you.

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Portobello Road Markets

One of Londonís famous outdoor flea markets.

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