Cambridgeshire

==History== Cambridgeshire is noted as the site of Flag Fen in Fengate, one of the earliest-known Neolithic permanent settlements in the United Kingdom, compared in importance to Balbridie in Aberdeen, Scotland. A great quantity of archaeological finds from the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age were made in East Cambridgeshire. Most items...
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Cambridgeshire

[constituency] Monument for General Robert Garnett, Confederate States Army, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, 20 August 2011 ...
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Cambridgeshire

administrative, geographic, and historic county of eastern England. The administrative county covers a much larger area than the ancient shire, or ...
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Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire, county (1991 pop. 640,700), 1,313 sq mi (3,402 sq km), E central England. The county seat is Cambridge. Most of the area is alluvial fenland, rising to the low, chalky East Anglian Hills in the south, with the Gogmagog Hills near Cambridge the most conspicuous feature. The main river...
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Cambridgeshire

County of eastern England, which has contained the unitary authority Peterborough since April 1998. Area 3,410 sq km/1,316 sq mi Towns and cities Cambridge (administrative headquarters), Ely, Huntingdon, March, Wisbech, St Neots, Whittlesey Physical county is flat with fens, whose soil is very fe...
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