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London is the capital city of England and of the United Kingdom, standing on the River Thames.
- Lightwoods in the 1870s owned two manors in London: one in Pimlico and another in Chiswick, the latter eventually becoming Blackthorn Hall.
- The vampire de Quincey lived in a townhouse in Carleton Square.
- Woolsey Scott lived in a house on No. 16 Cheyne Walk in Chelsea.
- Camille Belcourt used to live in a house in London with Magnus Bane and her subjugate Archer.
- The Dark Sisters used to live in a house in London, just off Whitechapel High Street.
- Ragnor Fell once served as the High Warlock of London.
- Westminster Abbey has an entrance to the Council Hall through the Pyx Chamber.
- Jem Carstairs and Tessa Gray often met at the Blackfriars Bridge; the couple also wed there, with Magnus Bane placing a spell over the bridge to prevent mundanes from entering for a short while.
- The Devil Tavern, a Downworld haunt.
- Certain Downworlders and Shadowhunters used to mingle with mundanes, particularly writers, poets, and artists, in a house in Soho.
- An ifrit den in Whitechapel.
- White's club on St. James's Street.
- Sallows' shop on Gill Street.
- London Shadow Market, owned by Hypatia Vex, glamoured at the southern end of London Bridge.
- Old Molly used to appear in the Cross Bones Graveyard.
- The Hell Ruelle, a Downworlder artistic salon run by Hypatia Vex in Soho.
- It is the main setting of The Infernal Devices and will be one of the many settings of The Last Hours.