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  1. Free chat in Chesterfield
  2. Free chat in Long Eaton
  3. Free chat in Swadlincote
  4. Free chat in Ilkeston
  5. Free chat in Glossop
  6. Free chat in Staveley
  7. Free chat in Belper
  8. Free chat in Heanor
  9. Free chat in Alfreton
  10. Free chat in Buxton
  11. Free chat in Dronfield
  12. Free chat in New Mills
  13. Free chat in Matlock
  14. Free chat in Pinxton
  15. Free chat in Newhaven
  16. Free chat in Bolsover
  17. Free chat in Shirebrook
  18. Free chat in Killamarsh
  19. Free chat in Clowne
  20. Free chat in Chapel en le Frith
  21. Free chat in Wingerworth
  22. Free chat in West Hallam
  23. Free chat in Borrowash
  24. Free chat in Kilburn
  25. Free chat in Creswell
  26. Free chat in Whaley Bridge
  27. Free chat in Wirksworth
  28. Free chat in Duffield
  29. Free chat in Melbourne
  30. Free chat in Bakewell
  31. Free chat in Whitwell
  32. Free chat in Tibshelf
  33. Free chat in Shirland
  34. Free chat in Pilsley
  35. Free chat in Barlborough
  36. Free chat in Upper Langwith
  37. Free chat in Heage
  38. Free chat in Repton
  39. Free chat in Etwall
Derbyshire

Derbyshire is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in Matlock. Located in the East Midlands, it borders North Yorkshire to the West and South, East to Nottinghamshire, South to Lincolnshire and West to Staffordshire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. Although his most important city is Derby, by acquiring this "City" status, he left the County Council and left the county's capital in favor of Matlock. It occupies an area of ​​2625 km² and its estimated population is 976 212 inhabitants. It is a very mountainous county on the northern part, where it borders the National Park of the Peak District, a place of great tourist concentration. In the town of Buxton there is a resort very frequented by tourism.

Its economy is based on the dairy industry and the breeding of sheep. There is also a textile industry, a Toyota car company and a porcelain company. It has coal mines. In addition to 13 cities with a population between 10,000 and 100,000 inhabitants, there is also an important agricultural area very sparsely populated: 75% of the population lives in 25% of the total territory of the county. Although Derbyshire is generally considered to belong to the eastern part of the Midlands, some areas are closer to the northern cities of Manchester and Sheffield and the population of those areas consider themselves "northern". Historically, Derbyshire was divided into six "hundreds", England's own territorial subdivision. These subdivisions were based on those established at the time by King William the Conqueror.