Thirsk is situated as a civil parish and market town in Hambleton district, North Yorkshire, England. It is a famous tourist destination attracting visitors throughout England. Thirsk is built around a large medieval market square, hosting an open air market every Monday and Saturday. The main attraction of Thirsk that is worth visiting is St Mary’s church, built in 15th century as well as than the Kilburn White Horse.
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