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Living in Dulwich
Dulwich is an area in the south of London. It is known for being the location of the Dulwich Picture Gallery and Dulwich College. Dulwich is recognised as having a number of districts. Dulwich Village is the traditional village centre and has the original shopping street and preserves its history and its 18th and 19th century buildings. It is purely residential, a conversation zone, and is very quiet and peaceful. There is also East Dulwich and West Dulwich, having their own distinct characters. In the Dulwich Park, the Dulwich Horse and Motor shows are held every year and throughout the rest of the months, it provides a quiet space for residents to relax and enjoy the nature. It has duck and rowing ponds, a children’s play area, a bowling green, tennis courts, a café and a bridle path for horse riding. Dulwich also has its own large hospital and excellent transport links. There are key main roads that pass through the area which have a working tollgate too. The West Dulwich railway station can take passengers to London Victoria in about 12 minutes. There are also plenty of bus routes that move in and out the area.