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English: Exbury is a village in Hampshire, England. It lies just in the New Forest, near the Beaulieu River (formerly known as the River Exe), about a mile from the Solent coast. The village was originally in the southwest corner of the parish, but moved inland in the early 19th century. The present village was built to provide homes for workers on the Exbury Estate and still does provide homes for a few workers but is now mainly private housing. A prominent feature of the village is a water tower which provided the water to the gardens that was used to water the plants.


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