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The borough is surrounded by the [[London Borough of Greenwich]] to the east, the [[London Borough of Bromley]] to the south and the [[London Borough of Southwark]] to the west. The [[River Thames]] forms a short section of northern boundary with the [[Isle of Dogs]] in the [[London Borough of Tower Hamlets]]. [[Deptford Creek]], [[River Pool|Pool River]], [[River Quaggy]] and [[River Ravensbourne]] pass through the borough.
 
The borough is surrounded by the [[London Borough of Greenwich]] to the east, the [[London Borough of Bromley]] to the south and the [[London Borough of Southwark]] to the west. The [[River Thames]] forms a short section of northern boundary with the [[Isle of Dogs]] in the [[London Borough of Tower Hamlets]]. [[Deptford Creek]], [[River Pool|Pool River]], [[River Quaggy]] and [[River Ravensbourne]] pass through the borough.
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Major landmarks include All Saints Church in [[Blackheath]], the [[Citibank Tower]] in [[Lewisham]], Dietrich Bonhoeffer Church (Sydenham's German Church, technically located in Forest Hill) and the [[Horniman Museum]] in [[Forest Hill]].
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Major landmarks include All Saints Church in [[Blackheath]], the [[Citibank Tower]] in [[Lewisham]], [[Dietrich Bonhoeffer]] Church (Sydenham's German Church, technically located in Forest Hill) and the [[Horniman Museum]] in [[Forest Hill]].
   
 
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