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Isle of Dogs, a Vibrant and Lively Location to Live
The Isle of Dogs in the past was an island in the East of London, and to the east, south and west bordered by the River Thames. To the North it is encircled by the south Dock, which is separated from a bay of the River Thames and this meant it was impossible to access, as it was surrounded by water. Nowadays there are bridges and tunnels to access the lively region. It was once an industrial dockland area and industrial area, but as the Docklands railway opened, regeneration began slowly. Property and commercial developers have moved in and transformed the place into a stunning financial district and dazzling place to be. It is a wealthy area and the second largest financial district of the capital city with plenty to see and do. The image of how the Isle of Dogs nestles on the River Thames is shown on the opening and closing of the TV soap East Enders. The main postcode of the area is E14. Other major attractions - towering glass buildings similar to that of New York. London city airport and Britain’s tallest building - the Shard are also located here.