Where did Shakespeare retire?

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William Shakespeare retired in Stratford-upon-Avon which is a market town in South Warwickshire, England. This was his birthplace and after years of living in lodgings in London, he had made enough wealth to buy a property in Stratford where most of his family remained when he lived in London.
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