Rickmansworth

Rickmansworth

Rickmansworth is a town with 14,000 inhabitants in the UK. It is the administrative center of the district of Three Rivers in Hertfordshire and is located 7 kilometers west of Watford. The River Colne flows at the southeastern edge of the village and the River Chess opens at the eastern edge of the village in the River Colne. Rickmansworth is connected by the Metropolitan Line of the London Underground to London, but the city itself is located outside the area of ​​Greater London. The city grew thanks to the connections to the Metropolitan Line especially in the 20s and 30s of the 20th century. And she is still largely dominated by the commuters. The writer George Eliot had a summer residence in the city. The house in the High Street is now part of St. Joan of Arc Schule.Ein girl named Fenchurch place in a cafe in Rickmansworth the question of "Life, the Universe and Everything" in Douglas Adams novel series "The Hitchhiker's Guide the galaxy ".

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