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Essex

Essex is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in Chelmsford. Located in the East region bounded on the north by Cambridgeshire and Suffolk, on the east by the North Sea, on the south by the River Thames that separates it from Kent, and on the west by Greater London and Hertfordshire. The highest point of the county is located near Langley, in "Chrishall Common", at an altitude of 147 m s. N. M. The term of Essex occupies an area of ​​3670 km² and its population in 2003 was 1,627,647 inhabitants. The name of the county comes from the old Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Essex founded in the year 500 d. C.

And that occupied a territory that extended from the River Thames to the Lee River. Due to the proximity of the county to the city of London, many of the towns of Essex are "dormitory cities". The so-called "green belt of London" has prevented the expansion of the metropolis in the county although some places have appeared as Harlow, originally founded to relocate the Londoners who were left homeless during the bombing of the city in World War II. In the county of Essex is the airport of Stansted, the third in importance in the area of ​​London, after the one of Heathrow and the one of Gatwick. Some low cost airlines such as Ryanair and easyJet have their base in this airport. It was built during World War II and served as an operational base for British bombers.

Southend Airport is also operational, from where easyJet operates international flights. The University of Essex, famous for its social sciences, robotics and other disciplines schools, is located in Wivenhoe Park, in the vicinity of Colchester. The port of Tilbury is one of the three largest in the country while the port of Harwich links the county with Holland. The industry is limited to the south of Essex. The rest of the territory is dedicated to agriculture.


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