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Sydenham is a suburb and ward of London, United Kingdom.
Sydenham may also refer to:
- Sydenham, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney
- Sydenham, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne
- Sydenham railway station, Sydney
- Sydenham, Frontenac County, Ontario
- Sydenham Ward, a district within the city of Kingston, Ontario
- Sydenham Township, Grey County, Ontario
- Owen Sound, Ontario, formerly called Sydenham
- Sydenham River, which empties into Lake Saint Clair, Ontario
- Sydenham River (Lake Huron), which empties into Georgian Bay on Lake Huron, Ontario
- Sydenham College, Mumbai
- Sydenham, New Zealand, a suburb of Christchurch
- Sydenham (New Zealand electorate), a former Christchurch electorate
- Sydenham railway station (London)
- Sydenham Hill railway station
- Lower Sydenham railway station
- Sydenham High School, a private school for girls
- Sydenham School, a state school for girls
- Sydenham, a suburb of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
- Sydenham, Oxfordshire, near Thame
- Sydenham House, the seat built by Sir Thomas Wise in Marystow parish, Devon, in the 17th century
- Sydenham Hospital for Communicable Diseases, Baltimore
- The former Sydenham Hospital, Harlem, New York City
- Charles Poulett Thomson, 1st Baron Sydenham
- Thomas Sydenham, English physician
- Colonel William Sydenham, Cromwellian soldier and brother of Thomas
- Sydenham's chorea, an infectious disease involving the central nervous system.
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