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    To be honest i think "the grass is always greener" applies here (no pun intended). I grew up in the country but would long for the fast paced city life of London and after a while living in the city i would long for the countryside, and when i would be back in the countryside i would long to be back in the city haha
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    The city, easy to mingle and meet new people, always sights to see, however pollution and crime rates mean I'll probably only live to 48. Short life but well lived...
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Lived in the Dutch countryside all through my childhood, it was lovely I suppose, certainly brings back good memories!

    Living in London now however I'd probably opt for City/Town just because there's more access/oppoturnities for things as opposed to the country side. More to do as well
    I didn't know there was a countryside in Netherlands (450 people/km²).
 
 
 
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