Town in Maryland (USA).
District in the Greater London borough of Camden. It is the site of Primrose Hill, Hampstead Heath, and Parliament Hill (on which Boudicca is said to have been buried in a barrow); Hampstead Garden suburb was begun 1907. Notable buildings include Kenwood (about 1616, remodeled by Robert Adam 1764), containing the Iveagh Bequest of paintings; Fenton House (1693), with a large collection of early keyboard instruments; and Keats House (1815–16), home of the poet John Keats, now a museum. John Constable is buried in the churchyard. Many famous people lived here, including Martin Frobisher, John Galsworthy, Edward Elgar, Ramsay Macdonald, and Anna Pavlova.