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Oxford
Location Oxfordshire, South Central England
Status City
Area 45.59 sq km
Population 134,248
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer)
Tel area code 01865
Overview:

Oxford is a gorgeous and compact city located in Oxfordshire County, in South Central England. The city is renowned for its historic buildings, landscaped gardens, scenic canals, punting stations, shops, cafés, restaurants, bars, and clubs. It is also the site of the Oxford University, one of the world's leading universities. The university has around 39 separate university colleges, situated in and around Oxford city centre.

Geography and Climate in Oxford

Oxford is located at 51°45′07″N 1°15′28″W. The Carfax Tower is generally considered the centre of the city. It is about 90 km (55 miles) north-west of London and 110 km (70 miles) south-east of Birmingham. The residential areas on the outskirts of Oxford City include Jericho Barton, Marston, Risinghurst, Binsey, and Temple Cowley. The River Thames flows through the city. Oxford climate is typical of weather in the UK. The city is chiefly busy during the summer months, when its climate is very warm. The average daily January temperature in Oxford is around 7ºC or 45ºF and the average July temperature is about 22ºC or 72ºF.

History:

Oxford was first inhabited during the Saxon period. At that time, it was known as “Oxenaforda”. The city started developing with the founding of St Frideswide's nunnery in the 8th century. It was a major military frontier town during the 10th century. One can find information about the University of Oxford in 12th century records. The Great Western Railway and the North Western Railway connected Oxford with London in the 1840s. Oxford has experienced quick industrial and population expansion in the early 20th century. During that time, the printing and publishing industries were well established in the city.

People and Culture of Oxford

Oxford has a diverse range of peoples and religions. According to the 2001 census, the city has a population of 134,248. Among these population, White people are at 87.1%, S.Asian at 4.8%, Afro-Carib at 2.5%, and Chinese at 1.8%. Like any English cities, Oxford has a very rich and diverse artistic and cultural life. It has a yearlong schedule of exciting, musical, cultural, and major sporting events.

People Culture in Oxford

Oxford has a diverse range of peoples and religions. According to the 2001 census, the city has a population of 134,248. Among these population, White people are at 87.1%, S.Asian at 4.8%, Afro-Carib at 2.5%, and Chinese at 1.8%. Like any English cities, Oxford has a very rich and diverse artistic and cultural life. It has a yearlong schedule of exciting, musical, cultural, and major sporting events.

Tourism in Oxford

Oxford has a number of tourist places to visit. To be clear, there is sure to be something interesting for everyone visiting Oxford. The attractions can be seen in the city centre and nearby areas. Major tourist attractions are The Oxford Story, the Bridge of Sighs, Christ Church Cathedral, Sheldonian Theatre, New Bodleian Library, Tom Tower, St. Martin's Church, University Museum, Ashmolean Museum, and Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).

Transport in Oxford
Oxford is well-served by public transport networks, including an impressive system of buses and trains. These systems provide the city with good connections throughout England. Several major roads (e.g. A34 road and A420 road) on the outskirts of the city provide fast and convenient routes while traveling both to and from Oxford. Oxford Airport located at Kidlington operates business and general aviation services.



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