Twickenham is a large suburban town situated 16 km to the southwest of the central part of London. Home to the Rugby Football Union (the governing body of Rudgy Union) as well as the Twickenham Rugby Stadium, one of the largest stadiums in England. Twickenham is also home to famous rugby union and league club, the Harlequins.
Sights worth exploring are the Rugby museum, the Marble Hill House and park. What’s more, the city is worth visiting for the Richmond Hill, which will provide you with one of the best views of London on a clear day!
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