Where Does the River Thames Flow through?

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River Thames flows through Southern England. It begins at Thames site which is situated in Gloucestershire and joins the North Sea at Thames estuary near Canvey Island located in Essex. River Thames is the longest river in England and the second longest in the UK.
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River Thames flows from Cotswold to Teddington lock in Southern England. The river is the longest in England and it is the second in terms of size in the United Kingdom. The river is good for boat riding and fishing among other sports.
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