(the) Isle of Dogs


(the) Isle of Dogs
the Isle of Dogs [the Isle of Dogs]
an area of London’s ↑Docklands opposite ↑Greenwich, where the River ↑Thames surrounds the north bank on three sides. ↑Canary Wharf tower is in the northern half of the Isle of Dogs.

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