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Cumbria is one of the forty-seven counties of England, United Kingdom, with capital in Carlisle. Located in the Northwest region it borders on the north with the Solway fjord and Scotland, on the east with Northumberland and Durham, on the southeast with North Yorkshire, on the south with Lancashire and the Morecambe bay, and on the west with the Irish sea. It has an area of 6768 km². Its approximate population is of 499 800 inhabitants. The second largest city of Cumbria is Barrow-in-Furness with a population of 71,980 inhabitants. It consists of six districts: Allerdale, Barrow-in-Furness, Carlisle, Copeland, Eden and South Lakeland.
Cumbria was created in 1974 and covers the traditional counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland, plus the Furness area of Lancashire county and an area of Yorkshire. The name "Cumbria" has been used to designate the region for centuries. After the creation of the administrative county of Cumbria, some inhabitants, especially those who were born or raised in the area, continue to refer to the area of Furness by the traditional name of their county: Lancashire. The culture of the area was Celtic and its name derives from the name of the area in Cumbrian language. It is connected etymologically with the Welsh term Cymru which means Wales. Cumbria is one of the most Celtic areas in all of England. In Cumbria is the Lake District National Park, considered one of the most beautiful areas in all of Great Britain.
The highest point of the county is located in Scafell Pike with a height of 978 meters above sea level.