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'''Warwickshire''' (pronounced "Worrick-sher") is a county in the West Midlands region of [[England]], part of the [[United Kingdom]]. The county is noted for being located at the very heart and centre of England, as well as for its many historical and cultural attractions.
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'''Warwickshire''' (pronounced "Worrick-sher" or "Worrick-sheer") is a county in the West Midlands region of [[England]], part of the [[United Kingdom]]. The county is noted for being located at the very heart and centre of England, as well as for its many historical and cultural attractions.
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
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*[[Birmingham]] - traditionally, though no longer administratively, part of Warwickshire
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*[[Coventry]]  - in Warwickshire until 1451, then again from 1842 to 1974
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==Towns==
  
 
*[[Warwick]] - the county town and site of '''Warwick Castle'''
 
*[[Warwick]] - the county town and site of '''Warwick Castle'''
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*[[Bedworth]]
 
*[[Bedworth]]
*[[Kenilworth]] - a picturesque town and the site of the magnificently-ruined '''Kenilworth Castle'''
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*[[Kenilworth]] - a picturesque town and the site of the magnificently ruined '''Kenilworth Castle'''
 
*[[Leamington Spa]]
 
*[[Leamington Spa]]
 
*[[Nuneaton]]
 
*[[Nuneaton]]
 
*[[Rugby (England)|Rugby]]
 
*[[Rugby (England)|Rugby]]
*[[Stratford-upon-Avon]] - the town of Shakespeare's birth and one of the most-visited places in Britain
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*[[Stratford-upon-Avon]] - the town of Shakespeare's birth and one of the most visited places in Britain
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 15:29, 24 June 2005

Warwickshire (pronounced "Worrick-sher" or "Worrick-sheer") is a county in the West Midlands region of England, part of the United Kingdom. The county is noted for being located at the very heart and centre of England, as well as for its many historical and cultural attractions.

Cities

  • Birmingham - traditionally, though no longer administratively, part of Warwickshire
  • Coventry - in Warwickshire until 1451, then again from 1842 to 1974

Towns

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