place of dwelling

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Over the centuries the village has become known as ' Badshahpur' for being the badshah's in- laws' place of dwelling.
Eliot's "Burnt Norton" ("Before the beginning and after the end"), and the German Romantic poet Friedrich Holderlin ("Schwer verlafitf Was nahe dem Vrsprung wohnet, den Off"--"A place of dwelling / This near the source is hard to leave").
This is because throughout history, a place of dwelling and commercial activity has always been developed organically.
It is, I would like to say, a place of dwelling, not merely a structure to be explored, mapped, and then set aside.