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York is a walled city, situated at the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, England. York is sometimes referred to by modern writers by its Scandinavianised form, Jorvik.

There are few cities in Britain that have the magical beauty of York, where visitors can enjoy outstanding archaeology and a history that dates back nearly 2,000 years combined with bustling shopping streets and numerous award-winning attractions. The city itself protected by the historic city walls is a web of ancient timbered houses and narrow winding streets just waiting to be explored. The whole city exudes an atmosphere of history with the numerous historic attractions representing the many ages that York has weathered. The Jörvik Viking Centre is an exciting concept where visitors are whisked back 1,000 years to a reconstructed Viking village complete with authentic sounds and smells of the time. The National Railway Museum tells the continuing story of British railways up to the present day and is the largest museum of its kind in Europe. The world-famous Castle Museum has an array of fascinating shops in cobbled streets for you to explore. The Yorkshire Museum which is set in ten acres of botanical gardens displays some of the finest Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Viking and Medieval treasures discovered in Britain. York Minster, the pride of the city is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals north of the Alps and is a joy to anyone who visits.

Harrogate is a spa town in North Yorkshire, England. The town is a tourist destination; its spa waters, RHS Harlow Carr gardens and Betty’s Tearooms are visitor attractions, and the town serves as a location from which to explore the nearby Yorkshire Dales national park. The town originated in the 17th century, with High Harrogate and Low Harrogate as two separate settlements. It lies adjacent to Knaresborough, with which it forms a single urban area, and is in the Nidd valley. The town of Harrogate on its own had a population of 71,594 at the 2001 UK census; the urban area comprising Harrogate and nearby Knaresborough had a population of 85,128, while the figure for the much wider Borough of Harrogate, comprising Harrogate, Knaresborough, Ripon and a large rural area, was 151,339


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