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Where did Robin Hood live?

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Robin Hood, a legendary outlaw of British folklore, lived in Nottingham, England. The legend of Robin Hood, a hero who stole from the rich and gave to the poor, has existed in Britain since at least the 15th century.

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It is still debated today whether the figure of Robin Hood is based on a real historical figure. The folklore surrounding Robin Hood began with the mention of a famous and heroic archer in traditional British ballads and poems. Robin Hood has been created on film, in television and in children's writing. He remains a globally popular figure today. A statue dedicated to Robin currently stands in Nottingham.

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