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East of England

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Revision as of 15:28, 29 June 2006

East Anglia [1] is the region of eastern England that lies broadly to the north of London and the Thames estuary, to the south of the Wash (the square shaped indentation in England's east coast) and to the east of the East Midlands. The region is also known, much less commonly, as the "East of England".


East Anglia consists of the following core counties:

According to some, the counties of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire (located north of London and often considered part of the South East region) are also conveniently combined within East Anglia.


East Anglia has the following major towns and cities:

According to the enlarged definition of East Anglia, the cities of Bedford, St Albans and Watford are also important cities within the region.

Other destinations

  • The Broads
  • The Sunrise Coast
  • Weald Country Park
  • Epping Forest
  • Minsmere Nature Reserve
  • Sutton Hoo


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