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Chester
Location North West England
Status City
Area
Population 90,925
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer)
Tel area code 01244
Overview:

Chester is a major city in North West England, on the Dee River near the border with Wales. It is the county town of Cheshire and has everything a person need for a short break or a long stay. Chester is a fine example for the country’s best-preserved walled cities. Chester urban has a population of 90,925 (the 2001 census), of whom 80,121 live in Chester and the rest in Saltney. The city's major industries include tourism, retail, and financial services. Chester is a major shopping hub, with its unique shops dating from medieval times. The Grosvenor Mall and the Forum are two main indoor shopping centres in the city. Chester offers a wide variety of accommodation facilities, which include plenty of hotels, guesthouses, or bed and breakfast,

Geography and Climate in Chester

Chester has a moderate climate with regular, but usually light precipitation throughout the year. January is the coolest month, with an average temperature range of 2.4 °C to 7.9 °C. July is the warmest month, averaging 13.6 °C to 22.8 °C.

History:

This city’s recordable history dates back to Roman times, when it was called Deva. Saint Werburgh founded a religious institution on the present site of St John's Church in the late 7th century. The Saxons kings strengthened the walls of Chester to guard the city against the Danes. The Chester Canal was a result of the Industrial Revolution in the city. The Industrial Revolution also brought railways and two large central stations, only one of which now remains. Chester conservation area was designated in 1969. It attained the Fairtrade City status on January 13, 2002.

People and Culture of Chester

Chester is a major tourist place in the country. Places of tourist interest include Chester Cathedral, Chester Castle, and Chester Zoo (the UK's largest zoological gardens). There is also much pleasure to be gained from the city's narrow alleyways and river walks. There are two cinemas and a theatre (the Gateway Theatre) in the city. The annual Chester Music Festival, the Chester Mystery Plays, and the Chester Midsummer Watch Parade are held here in the summer months. Several pubs, night-clubs and wine bars (some of which are medieval) serve the city. The city contains its own university (the University of Chester) and a main hospital (the Countess of Chester Hospital), which is named after Countess Diana.

People Culture in Chester

Chester is a major tourist place in the country. Places of tourist interest include Chester Cathedral, Chester Castle, and Chester Zoo (the UK's largest zoological gardens). There is also much pleasure to be gained from the city's narrow alleyways and river walks. There are two cinemas and a theatre (the Gateway Theatre) in the city. The annual Chester Music Festival, the Chester Mystery Plays, and the Chester Midsummer Watch Parade are held here in the summer months. Several pubs, night-clubs and wine bars (some of which are medieval) serve the city. The city contains its own university (the University of Chester) and a main hospital (the Countess of Chester Hospital), which is named after Countess Diana.

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Transport in Chester
Chester railway station lies to the north-east of the city centre. The city is also well-served by the public bus transport, which is provided by the council operated Chester Bus. Major roads such as the M53 (from Liverpool), the M56 (towards Manchester) and the A55 pass through the city.





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