North East England Cities Counties Most Famous Historical Sites


North East England

    Is one of nine regions of England. North and West part of The region is generally hilly and moderately populated. And urban and fertile within the East and South parts. The region is home to the urban centers of Tyneside, Wearside and Teesside, and is popular for the Natural Enchantment of its shoreline, Northumberland National Park, and the section of the Pennines that includes Teesdale and Weardale. The highest point in the north east England is The Cheviot, residing the Cheviot Hills, at 815 meters. 


Historical Sites In North East England

    The area's historical importance is displayed via Northumberland's historical castles, the 2 World inheritance Sites ;Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle and Hadrian's Wall. St. Peter's Church in Monkwearmouth, Sunderland and St. Pauls in Jarrow also keep widespread historic price. Roman archaeology is spread and seen broadly throughout the Region and a unique exhibition is primarily based around the Roman Fort of Segedunum at Wallsend and the other forts along Hadrian's Wall are complemented by using many artifacts which are displayed within the Great North Museum Hancock in Newcastle.


North East England

Most Famous Places in North West England

    Durham Cathedral 

    Bamburgh Castle

    The Angel of the North in Gateshead

    St Mary's lighthouse

    Hadrian's Wall

    Penshaw Monument

    Alnwick Castle in winter

    Guisborough priory

    Holy Island and Lindisfarne Castle

    Tynemouth Priory

    Yarm Viaduct


North East Weather

    North East England has a Maritime west coast weather (tremendously cool, slight temperatures and obtain frequent precipitation most of the time). Summers and winters are mild in preference to extraordinarily warm or Coldness.

Northeast England Counties and Cities

    N.E England is divided into counties of Durham, Tyne and WearNorthumberland and a few parts of North Yorkshire. According to a survey in 2019 the total population of the region is about over 2.657 million peopleDurham, Newcastle upon Tyne and Sunderland are the only cities in the region while the other large settlements are Middlesbrough, Darlington, Hartlepool, Redcar, South Shields, Gateshead, Stockton-on-Tees.


 Durham :

    Cities and towns in durham are : Billingham, Darlington, Durham, Peterlee, Stockton-on-tees, Newton Aycliffe and Hartlepool.

 Tyne and Wear :

    Cities and towns in Northumberland are : Cramlington, Ashington and Blyth.

 Teesside :

    Cities and towns in Tyne&Wear are : Sunderland, Newcastle. Tyne Mouths, Gates Head, South shields. Washington, Wallsend, Jarrow, Long Benton and Whitley Bay.

  Parts of North Yorkshire:

    Cities and towns in North Yorkshire Which are the parts of North East are : Middlesbrough, York, Harrow gate, Scar Borough and Redcar.

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