Box Hill

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Box Hill is a popular place of recreation for the people of south London, in the North Downs north-east of Dorking, Surrey. It has extensive views over the Weald to the South Downs. Its popularity as a resort has lasted for at least two centuries, as it was the scene of a picnic party in the novel Emma by Jane Austen.