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The old towns of Amersham, Beconsfield and Aylesbury have a range of Tudor and Georgian buildings.Cambridgeshire has large flat areas of reclaimed marshes. Cambridge is home to England's second oldest university where punting on the river Cam is still popular with students and tourists. Ives, which has one of only four bridge chapels surviving in England.Derbyshire is covered by large parts of the Peak District National Park, which forms the southern tip of the Pennines.Home of Rolls Royce, the World famous quality motor vehicles, Derbyshire has some of Englands finest scenery, whether it's the picturesque Dales or the rugged Peaks.The Great Ouse river and the Grand Union Canal flow through the county.
Tatton Park, a Regency mansion set in magnificent landscaped grounds. Cumbria is probably Englands most picturesque county.Inland stretch the stark granite uplands of Bodmin Moor which provide good walking country. Michael's Mount - part of the lost Kingdom of Lyonesse where King Arthur's Knights once rode. Cheshire is composed of an extensive plain between the Welsh mountains on the west and the Pennines to the east.Tintagel where legend has it, King Arthur was born. Dairy farming, including cheese production is widespread in the County.Places worth visiting include: Windsor Castle, the county's outstanding landmark. Henley-on-Thames, where in July the annual regatta has been held since 1839.Buckinghamshire is a predominantly lowland agricultural county. Its most famous town is probably Milton Keynes but there are plenty of traditional English villages and market towns, some dating from the 11th century.
The majority of the county is made up of the Lake District, a region of high peaks and picturesque lakes carved out by glaciers some 10,000 years ago during the last Ice Age.