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Denmark Hill is an area and road in Camberwell, in the London Borough of Southwark. The road forms part of the A215; north of Camberwell Green it becomes Camberwell Road; south of Red Post Hill it becomes Herne Hill. Its postcode is SE5. Nearby streets whose names refer to different aspects of the same topographical feature include Dog Kennel Hill, Champion Hill and Red Post Hill. It marks the edge of the Thames valley plain in this area — from here to the river the land is flat. There are good views across central London from vantage points on the top of the hill to the north and neighbouring Dulwich to the south. On a clear day one can read the time on the Big Ben clockface.

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Google previewThe Push Guide to Which University (2005)

by Johnny Rich

Crime/Drugs: Denmark Hill is a bit rougher around the edges than the others and drug- related crime is a concem. FINANCE: • Ave debt per year: £4.703 Fees: lntemational students can pay up to £23,070 for clinically based degrees.

Google previewDiseases of the Will (1998)

Alcohol and the Dilemmas of Freedom by Mariana Valverde

Denmark Hill is a very pleasant Suburb of London — air good, 'view extensive..

Google previewLondon City Suburbs as They are To-day (1893)

by Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald

Denmark Hill is a fair attractive district, with distinct charms of its own. The air here seems ever mild and salubrious; there is an abundance of ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Signals Intelligence (2012)

by Nigel West

DENMARK HILL. The Metropolitan Police wireless station at Grove Park, Denmark Hill in South London, was headed by Commander Harold Kenworthy and between 1934 and 1937 intercepted Moscow's clandestine communications with the ...

Google previewThe London Encyclopaedia (3rd Edition) (2011)

by Christopher Hibbert, Ben Weinreb, John Keay, Julia Keay

DENMARK HILL • SE5. The name is derived from Prince George of Denmark, husband of Queen Anne, who is said to have had a house on the east side of Denmark Hill.

Google previewA Dictionary of Artists who Have Exhibited Works in the Principal London Exhibitions of Oil Paintings from 1760 to 1880 (1884)

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