Where Is Cheshire Located?


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Vikash Swaroop Profile
Vikash Swaroop answered
Chester is a town located in North West England and also the county town of Cheshire County. It is situated on the bank of the River Dee and is quite close to the border of Wales. Chester is also considered to be the one of the best preserved walled cities in the UK. The population of the city is 80,121 according to the census of the year 2001.

Chester is a very popular shopping centre and it has rows of shops that can be date back to medieval times. The Forum, an indoor shopping centre, signifys the Roman past of the city. The city is also famous for the soap opera 'Hollyoaks', which was quite famous on Channel 4. The setting of the opera was this city, although most of the filming happened somewhere around Liverpool.
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Muddassar Memon answered

Cheshire is a county situated on the North West England. The county is basically rural, but places like Alderley Edge have a huge population of high net-worth persons.

Cheshire is quiet famous for its manufacturing of cheese. The place which is run by the county council or Shire County is distributed into many sub government districts; these are Ellesmere Port and Neston, City of Chester, Crewe and Nantwich, Congleton, Maccelesfield and Vale Royal.

As a promotion program held in the year 2002, the plant conservation charitable trust Plantlife selected the cuckooflower as the county flower. Famous music writer cum critic John Harris was born and brought up in Cheshire, he has gone on to describe Cheshire as "probably England's least remarkable County". The total population of Cheshire according to the census conducted in 2005 was 993,200.

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