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To the East is a place where arrows may flow
An English city called Lincoln,The name derives from the Latin words-"Lindum Colonia", which means a camp of Roman soldiers-And if that was the name, there must have been some arrows in the past.
To the West you may see Beelzebub hitching a ride
Beelzebub this word is a hint to the book "Lord of the Flies",This book tells about a group of British children who found themselves on a deserted island.
To the North is a view if your vision's not clouded
a view is "Yorkshire Dales" National Park in Northern England-The park has the most beautiful view and it has waterfalls, caves and a delightful view ,"if your vision's not clouded"-The weather should be good so you can enjoy this place.
To the South is a place where languages were born
The word "languages" refers to English, which, according to studies, is based on some dialects:Elizabethan English,r-full dialects.Which were known to have been created in England many years ago. In the pictures below you can see the places where the various dialect speakers at the end of the day created the language that everyone speaks today.For a detailed explanation look here: https://www.languagesoftheworld.info/historical-linguistics/thus-spoke-shakespeare-or-did-he.html
I'm known for my color and was named for my diminutive residents
my color-red,Liverpool Football Club -Fans of this club are called "Reds"."named for my diminutive residents"-diminutive residents mean to "Lilliput"- Whose name is the name of the city from the novel "Gulliver's Travels"-A city whose people were small, and some say that the story in which it was mentioned hints parodically-political about England and France in the early 18th century.
So this is the answer:
Where am I:Liverpool- the English city what am I:"Liverpool F.C."- the English men's football club.