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West End of Edinburgh, Scotland, forms a large part of the city
centre. If Old Town is the historic centre, and New Town is the
economic centre, then the West end can be thought of as the city's
cultural centre, as it boasts many of the city's arts venues. Such
venues include Usher Hall, The Filmhouse, the Royal Lyceum and the
Traverse Theatre. The Village hosts art festivals and crafts
fairs.The northern half of West End lies in Edinburgh's World
Heritage Site, of which it makes up a fair proportion. As can be
inferred by its inclusion in this, this area of the city contains
many buildings of great architectural beauty and historical
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