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Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in Gloucester. Located in the Southwest region, it borders on the north with Herefordshire and Worcestershire, on the northeast with Warwickshire, on the east with Oxfordshire, on the south with Wiltshire and Somerset, on the southwest with Bristol and on the west with the channel of Bristol and Wales. Part of the Cotswold Hills, part of the Severn River Valley and the Forest of Dean. Apart from the capital other important cities are Cheltenham, Stroud, Cirencester and Tewkesbury. Historically, the city of Bristol belonged to Gloucestershire but since 1373 it is no longer part of the county. In 1974, the area south of Gloucestershire became an administrative part of Avon County.

After the disappearance of this county in 1996, it became an independent administrative unit, linked to Gloucestershire for certain issues. Its economy is based on agriculture and the breeding of sheep. In the cities there are some factories of manufactured products. This is the home county of writer J. K. Rowling, entomologist Eleanor Anne Ormerod and actor William Moseley.