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If considered from the historic point of view, Middlesbrough was a portion of ‘North Riding of Yorkshire’. In the year 1968, this town went on to become center of Teesside’s county borough; which got absorbed by Cleveland, a non-metropolitan county in the year 1974. Cleveland got abolished ... More in the year 1996, thereby assigning the status of a ‘unitary authority’ to Middlesbrough, in North Yorkshire’s ceremonial county.
This town has a conventional oceanic climate. July is the hottest month, with average maximum temperature of around 20 degree Celsius. This period is the best one for visiting Middlesbrough.
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