The River Thames
The Thames is the longest river that flows from source to sea entirely in England. It travels through some of the most desirable places to live in the country: Oxford, Henley, Windsor before it reaches London, but it's there that the river really comes into its own. From Dickens to Ray Davies, writers have understood the importance of the Thames to the city.
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