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- The River Lea - a river and a tributary of the River Thames - in southeastern England and the western Thames Gateway region.
- Flowing from the counties of Hertfordshire and Essex, through the Lower Lea Valley of Greater London - to its confluence with the River Thames.
- The River Lea primarily runs through, and is protected within, Lee Valley Park — a large multi-county regional park and open space preserve.
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