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Worcester Travel Guide  

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Worcester is the county town of Worcestershire County in England.
Major towns and cities like Birmingham are located about 30 miles to the northeast of Worcester.Gloucester lies about 29 miles to the northern side of Worcester city.
The River Severn flows through the centre of Worcester city.
The most famous spot in the city is Worcester cathedral, which was built in the 12th century.
The population of Worcester city is about 94,300 people, as per the latest census.
Worcester is divided into a large number of suburbs like Astwood, Cherry Orchard, Merrimans Hill and Northwick.
This city has several religious groups including catholic, Islamic, Baptists and Buddhists.
Worcester city was the largest centre of glove manufacturing in the 19th century. Currently, the economy of the city is based on several other businesses.
Worcester lies in the West Midlands region of England. Hence, it experiences warm summers and cold winters.
However, the maritime climatic conditions in the western part of England have influenced the weather in this city.
As a result, the winters are milder than the rest of the region.

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Reviews Worcester

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The most important landmark in Worcester city is Worcester Cathedral. The cathedral was constructed in the 10th century, starting in 1084. The cathedral's magnificent architecture is the high point of this church. A large number of tourists visit here every... more year. The Gallery of Bevere holds a spectacular collection of ceramic creations. Hawford Dovecote located near Worcester city dates back to the 16th century. It is a half timber wood structure which underwent lots of changes and modifications over the period. King Charles House is a historical house that was constructed in 1577. Marshal Medical Museum is an important centre of research in the medical field. It holds a large collection of artefacts, instruments, photographs and documents which are related to medical practice. The Museum of Worcester Porcelain is one more place worth visiting. The methods of making porcelain items are presented through various models in this museum. The development of porcelain factories in the city can be viewed here. Pump House Environment Centre is located in the historical Victorian Pumping station.
Eunice Westbury
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : I was born and raised there before I moved to Canada, it will always be special to me!
Not to be missed Worcester Cathedral , Friar street , The Shambles
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