East Of England |Counties,Cities,Attractions,Weather

East Anglia & England


The East England also known as East Anglia is a region of England. It is home to many historical cities and Places. Fertile land, filled with Greenery, Magical Sea shores and lashed with Natural Beauty This region is among many places that travel and nature lovers would never want to miss.

Topics we'll Discuss today;

1.East of England Overview.

2. Weather

3.Famous places/landmarks.

4.Counties and Cities.

5. Famous Universities and Colleges

East of England

     Some of the region within the East of England is also known by means of its ancient name of East Anglia. The East of England is a totally flat area, so it's far important for agriculture. Much of the low lying regions form a part of the fenland. The East of England has one worldwide ferry port, Harwich International Port, and also the Port of Felixstowe. The East of England coast also holds a number of standard fishing ports like, the King's Lynn Docks.

 The East of England region has the lowest elevation variety (lying below sea level) inside the UK. Twenty percent of the region is beneath mean sea level. Some of the areas are of low elevation, with extensive glacial deposits (a glacial deposit is a glacial landform, created by big rock or stones deposited in the landscape when the glacier withdraws).

Weather Of East England :

    East Anglia is one of the driest parts of the United Kingdom, with common rainfall starting from 450 mm to 750 mm. The region gets such low rainfall quantities due to low stress systems. Winter is ordinarily cool, but non-prevailing cold easterly winds can have an effect on some parts. Westerly winds bring gentle and, typically, wetter weather. Spring is a transitional season that can be chilly in the beginning but is usually warm by late-April/May. Summer is generally warm. Autumn is generally mild with some days being very alarming and rainy and others warm.


East Anglia & England

Famous Places to Visit :

    If you want to visit East England or are in East England then these are some of the many places you should must visit during your stay, I bet you'll have some amazing memories from each place that you won't forget for a long long time :

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, IPSWICH AND CONSTABLE COUNTRY, THE BROADS NATIONAL PARK, HORSERACING IN NEWMARKET, WOOL TOWNS ALONG WITH BURY ST EDMUNDS, NORWICH, NORFOLK SEASIDE, THE COASTLINE OF SUUFOLK, ISPWICH WATERFRONT, OXBURGH HALL, CHURCH OF ST ANDREW COVEHITHE, SOUTHWOLD PIER, THURSFORD, WOODBRIDGE TIDE MILL MUSEUM, SUTTON HOO


Counties and Cities in East of England :

    Bedfordshire, Cambridge shire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk are the Counties of east England or east Anglia. The region contains many historical& memorable Cities, places and villages.
which are divided in these six counties. These are some cities and large settlements in the region.

East Anglia & England

Bedfordshire :

    Luton, Bedford, Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard.

Cambridge shire :

    Peterborough, Cambridge, Wisbech, St Neots.

Essex :

    Southend-on-Sea, Colchester, Chelmsford, Basildon, Harlow, Grays, Brentwood, Clackton-on-sea, Braintree, Canvey Island, Billericay, Wickford, Loughton, Stanford-le-Hope, Witham.

Hertfordshire :

    Watford, Hemel Hempstead, stevenage, St Albans, Welwyn Garden city, Cheshunt, Hoddesdon, Bishop's Stortford, Hatfield, Borehamwood, Hitchin, Letchworth, Harpenden, Hertford, Bushey.

Norfolk :

    Norwich, King's Lynn, Great Yarmouth.

Suffolk :

    Ispwich, Lowestoft, Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill.


East Anglia & England

Universities&Colleges In East Of England :

University of East Anglia in Norwich, Norwich University of the Arts in Norwich ,University of Cambridge in Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, University of Essex in Colchester, University of Bedfordshire in Luton, Cranfield University in Cranfield, University of Northampton in Northampton, Open University in Milton Keynes, Easton College in Easton, University Centre Peterborough, Bedford College, College of West Anglia in King's Lynn.

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