Where Does the River Thames Start?

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The river Thames starts in Kemble, near Cirencester in Gloucestershire and it has it drains into the North Sea. This river is 346 kilometres long and it is England's longest river and the second longest river in the United Kingdom.
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The River Thames starts from Gloucestershire field near Cirencester and ends up draining its water into the North Sea. It has a total length of 346 km (215 miles) and is the longest river in England.
The starting point for the River Thames is Thames Head just north of the village of Kemble in Gloucestershire, and it flows into the North Sea at Thames Estuary.
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