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Location South West England
Status City (1541)
Area 40.54 km
Population 111,300
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer)
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Gloucester is city in the historic county of Gloucestershire, in South West England. Situated close to the Welsh border, it is the administrative centre of Gloucestershire. Gloucester has everything that delights each visitor to the city. Located around 114 miles west north-west of London, the city is famous for the historic cathedral and a number of Roman ruins. According to the 2003 estimation, Gloucester had a population of 110,207 inhabitants. Of 92.5% people are white, 2.8% S.Asian, and 2.3% Afro-Carib. Gloucester city has always been one of the prominent cultural centres of South West England. There are several symphony orchestras, art galleries, museums, theatre groups, and dance companies in the city.

Geography and Climate in Gloucester

Gloucester is situated on the east bank of the River Severn, at 51.86N 2.24W. It is bounded by the Cotswolds in the east, the Forest of Dean in the west, and the Malvern Hills in the north west.Gloucester has a moderate climate with regular, however usually light precipitation throughout the year. January is the coolest month, with an average temperature range of 2.4C to 7.9 C. July is the warmest month, averaging 13.6 C to 22.8 C.


The history of the town began with the foundation of the Roman colony of Glevum in 9698 AD. After the Romans left, the development of the city depended on an abbey founded here in 681 AD. Gloucester later became the seat of Mercia, the Anglo-Saxon kingdom. It was an important trade center and played a major role in England's history after the Norman Conquest of 1066. Gloucester was incorporated in 1483. It then continued to thrive as a trading center and pilgrimage destination. King Henry VIII selected the abbey church Gloucester Cathedral in 1541. Since then, the church has been a working Anglican cathedral.

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Tourism in Gloucester

Major attraction in the city is the Gloucester Cathedralis, which is the burial place of King Edward II of England. There are also several quaint gabled and timbered houses that are survived from earlier periods of the city's history. Other notable structures include Tolsey (an ancient town hall replaced by a modern building in 1894), St Mary de Lode (with a Norman tower and a monument of Bishop), the Hooper (which lies on the site of a Roman temple that became the first Christian church in UK), St Mary de Crypt (the 12th century cruciform structure), St. Nicholas church, the Shire Hall, the Whitefield memorial church, and many remarkable modern buildings including the museum and school of art. A park located in the south of the city consists of a spa and a chalybeate spring having been revealed in 1814.

Transport in Gloucester
Gloucester has one of the most frequent bus services in the country. Gloucester railway station operates fast and regular rail services to destinations throughout England.

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