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Kingston - riversideThe Borough of Kingston upon Thames is one of the four administrative entities of its kind on the territory of Greater London that have a Royal status. In addition to the main town here – Kingston – other major areas include Surbiton, Chessington, Malden Rushett, New Malden, Tolworth and part of Worcester Park. The borough is located to the south west of Central London and covers a complete territory of 14.38 square miles. The last census, conducted in 2011, estimates the population of Kingston as 173 500.

One of the reasons why Kingston is designated a Royal Borough is that principal town here acted as a place of coronation for a number of Anglo-Saxon kings in the 10th century AD. Today the so-called coronation stone, where the ceremony took place, is one of the main attractions in the borough. At present, Kingston is celebrated as one of the biggest and most popular shopping areas outside Central London. Major attractions in the area include the Chessington World of Adventures resort, the beautiful Thames Riverside and the Hampton Court Palace and its Palace grounds which were home to none other but King Henry VIII – another strong royal connection in the history of the borough.