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England spans most of the southern section of the island of Great Britain, bordering Scotland to the north and Wales and the Irish Sea to the west. In the east, the country borders on the North Sea, in the south on the English Channel and in the southwest on the Atlantic.
London is the capital of England and the whole of the United Kingdom. Based on the number of its inhabitants, it is also the third largest city in Europe (after Moscow and Istanbul). England's population of over 55 million people comprises almost 85% of the UK population.

Outdoor - Beautiful parks and garden city in Norwich

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Outdoor - Beautiful parks, gardens and open spaces in Norwich

After our first tour of the center of the city of Norwich, we made our way back through some of the numerous urban parks, which along the Yare and Wensum Rivers make Norwich green and alive as a stand-alone facility.

A first visit to Norwich - it will not be the last!

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A first visit to Norwich - it will not be the last!

The city of Norwich, about 100 miles northeast of London, is arguably the most fully preserved medieval city in the United Kingdom, so at least was our impression after a first sightseeing tour.

The Romans in Glossop - Doctors Gate of the Bleaklow

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The Romans in Glossop - Doctors Gate of the Bleaklow

Long before Christ, the region around Glossop was inhabited by human beings, as there are indications of a Bronze Age burial site on Shire Hill (near Old Glossop) and some other possibly prehistoric remains in Torside (on the slopes of Bleaklow).

Stratford upon Avon - just Shakespeare's birthplace?

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Stratford upon Avon - more than just Shakespeare's birthplace

Although rainy and windy, the English lessons about the city Stratford upon Avon as the birthplace of Shakespeare still in mind, we were tempted to drive to the city, despite the warning of tourist flows from the Far East.

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