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Gloucestershire is a ceremonial county and non-metropolitan in the English region of South West England. The county is often abbreviated to Glos (or Glouc or Gloucs as it can also sometimes be spelt) and is often referred to simply as Glos by the locals in the county. Gloucestershire County is home to large areas of natural land and open land and is made up of the entire Forest of Dean, part of the River Severn and the flat fertile valley around it, as well as a part of the Cotswold Hills too.
The population of Gloucester is approximately 862, 000 inhabitants, which makes it the twenty fifth largest, most populated county in the whole of England. There are a total of forty eight counties in England and therefore the county of Gloucestershire is listed somewhere in the middle of this ranking. All of the districts, unitary authorities, regions and counties of England are put in to order and ranked according to their population and the amount of area that they cover. The county of Gloucestershire covers a total are of 3, 150km2 which makes the overall area the sixteenth largest county out of the total forty eight English counties. The county of Gloucestershire is split in to two parts – the whole area of the county and the administrative area. The administrative area is a slightly smaller area and is situated within the county of Gloucestershire. The administrative part of the county has a total population of 598, 400 and covers a total area of land measuring 2, 653km2.
The administrative headquarters of the county are based in the main city and county town of Gloucestershire County – the city, district and county town of Gloucester. Gloucester city and district is located close by to the Welsh border and is situated on the River Severn. Gloucester is a well known cathedral city and was originally founded by the Romans way back in AD 97.
As well as Gloucester, which of course is the main city in the county, Gloucestershire also comprises of other main towns as well including: Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Stroud and Cirencester too. The county of Gloucestershire shares a border with the English ceremonial counties of Warwickshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Somerset and Bristol, as well as the preserved Welsh county of Gwent. In 2002, the Plantlife charity named the Wild Daffodil as the county flower of Gloucestershire.
Gloucestershire County has always been recognised as a historic county. The area of the Forest of Dean and Winchcombe later joined the County of Gloucestershire in the later part of the 11th century. Many years ago, Gloucestershire County was historically the home to Bristol, which was then just a small town which covered parts of Gloucestershire and Somerset.
As far as its infrastructure goes, Gloucestershire has a good infrastructure and numerous schools within the county too. There is one university in the county of Gloucestershire; this is called The University of Gloucestershire. The county has a good range of primary schools in the area, as well as high schools and higher education colleges too.
South Gloucestershire is no longer an official part of the Gloucestershire County, as it is now considered to be a separate area and is not within the Gloucestershire County boundaries. The towns which make up Gloucestershire are: Berkeley, Chipping Campden, Cheltenham, Cinderford, Coleford, Dursley, Cirencester, Fairford, Lydney, Lechlade, Minchinhampton, Moreton-in-Marsh, Mitcheldean, Nailsworth, Newent, Painswick, Stonehouse, Northleach, Stow-on-the-Wold, Stroud, Tewkesbury, Tetbury, Winchcombe and Wotton-under-Edge. South Gloucestershire however, is made up of the towns of: Yate, Thornbury, Patchway, Kingswood, Filton, Chipping Sodbury and Bradley Stoke.
Gloucestershire boasts numerous place of interest for locals and visitors to the area. The county comprises of many churches, cathedrals and religious buildings, not forgetting the well known Gloucester Cathedral. There are also numerous historical houses and buildings, museums, open space and heritage railways lines too.
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