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The attractive village of Hambleden, about a mile from the lock on the Thames that it gives its name to, is popular both with visitors and with film crews, mainly due to it widely being regarded as the quintessential English village.

Nestling at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, the style of architecture is typical of many other villages in the area. The photograph shows the village pump with the village shop behind it.


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