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As a part of the county of Suffolk and situated in the region of the East of England, Ipswich is a large town with a population of around 138, 720 inhabitants. Ipswich, which is set on an area which measures 3.392km2, is the county town of the Suffolk County. It is located close by to other nearby towns such as Harwich and Colchester, which are in Essex, as well as other towns within Suffolk – Needham Market, Felixstowe and Stowmarket. According to the 2001 census, the borough of Ipswich was listed as the United Kingdom’s 49th largest urban area and was also the third biggest settlement within the East of England region. It is ranked as the 154th most populated districts within England and is made up of just over 90% of white residents, whilst 10% of the population are mixed race or of different ethnicity.
Ipswich is a very historical part of the UK and in actual fact it is one of the oldest towns in England. Look around the town and you will find evidence of the Roman’s being there, as they have left their mark in the form of buildings and architecture. It was during the Anglo-Saxon times that Ipswich really took shape, as the town was built around Ipswich dock in the 7th and 8th century. Later on in history, Charles Dickens used Ipswich as the setting for his popular novel ‘The Pickwick Papers’. Dickens often stopped over in Ipswich during the times when he was writing his novel. He would often stay in a local hotel which was built in 1518 and was called The Tavern before being renamed the Great White Horse Hotel. The hotel was mentioned and later made famous after the novel was released, as it was mentioned in chapter 22 of the book and was described in detail.
During the First and Second World Wars, Ipswich was badly affected by bombings. The town suffered devastating bomb attacks in both wars and had to be rebuilt after the end of the Second World War. The German Zeppelins were responsible for the bombings in World War I, when they dropped bombs over the town. However, the German bombing raids of the Second World War in 1945 were the final and most devastating bombings that Ipswich was to experience. The town, the docks and the area surrounding the docks were all completely destroyed and had to be rebuilt.
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