(someone's) native soil

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(someone's) native soil

The country or geographical area in which someone was born or raised. Though I've spent most of my adult life in London, it's always nice to return to my native soil of Shanghai, if even for just a few days. I can't quite place your accent, sir. Where is your native soil? Traveling is lovely, but it's always so nice to get back on our native soil.
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