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All the chats in County Durham

  1. Free chat in Durham
  2. Free chat in Houghton-Le-Spring
  3. Free chat in Peterlee
  4. Free chat in Chester-le-Street
  5. Free chat in Consett
  6. Free chat in Bishop Auckland
  7. Free chat in Newton Aycliffe
  8. Free chat in Seaham
  9. Free chat in Stanley
  10. Free chat in Spennymoor
  11. Free chat in Annfield Plain
  12. Free chat in Shildon
  13. Free chat in Ferryhill
  14. Free chat in Brandon
  15. Free chat in Crook
  16. Free chat in Murton
  17. Free chat in Ushaw Moor
  18. Free chat in Easington
  19. Free chat in Barnard Castle
  20. Free chat in Sacriston
  21. Free chat in Willington
  22. Free chat in Pelton
  23. Free chat in Wingate
  24. Free chat in Castleside
  25. Free chat in Langley Park
  26. Free chat in Sedgefield
  27. Free chat in Bowburn
  28. Free chat in Burnopfield
  29. Free chat in Lanchester
  30. Free chat in Coxhoe
  31. Free chat in Coundon
  32. Free chat in Sherburn
  33. Free chat in Trimdon
  34. Free chat in Fishburn
  35. Free chat in South Hetton
  36. Free chat in Wolsingham
  37. Free chat in West Cornforth
County Durham

The county of Durham is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in the homonym Durham. Located in the Northeast region, it borders Northumberland and Tyne and Wear to the north, North Sea to the east, North Yorkshire to the south and Cumbria to the west. It is a county of strong contrasts: the interior zone is sparsely populated while the coastline is highly urbanized. For a time it was one of the main points of the coal mining industry. The name of the county is unique in all of England. Many counties receive their name from their capital, so in this case the name would have to be "Durhamshire".

The reason why it is called Durham County is that the Durham Princes-Bishops exercised their power in other regions far from the county so the inner part was given the name of Durham County in opposition to the rest of the "Durham State" " Durham County has its boundaries with the Pennines to the west, the Tees River to the south, the North Sea to the east and the Tyne and Derwent rivers to the north. The name "County of Durham" is used to refer to three different entities: the traditional county, the ceremonial and the administrative.