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The London vs New York Infographic

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It's a battle as old as time itself (well, since 1624 anyway): which city is better, New York or London?

They're both heaving metropolises with a plethora of culture, art, architecture, food, shopping, bars and entertainment, and they're in constant competition with each other to claim the title of number one global city.

Fortunately, we can now easily compare and contrast with the help of this fantastic infographic, courtesy of Fairmont Hotels, which plots both cities' wares in all areas of importance.

The result? Well, you can make your own mind up, but we make it a score draw.

(Image: Fairmont)

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