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  • It was designed european city o the +year in 2007
  • This city is in the north England. It has 185000 inhabitants. The city was founded in 71 after Christ by the Romans. In 866 the vikings captured York
  • The most important industries in the 50´s were railway and chocolate factories like Nestle and Terrys. Terrys nowadays moved to Polonia and their best chocolate was orange chocolate. Nowadays York´s economy is based on service industry like tourism, health, education.
  • It takes two hours from York to London by train. In the city of York it is very common to travel by bus. There are many cycle lanes
  • It is the second largest Gothic Cathedral in Northern Europe. It is in the city centre which is enclosed by medieval walls
  • There are many botanic gardens surrounding the Yorkshire Museum and there are live performances and festivals there. We can see the walls
  • It was the place of a massacre in 1190. 150 jews were burnt alive in this place
  • The Shambles is a narrow medieval street, lined with shops, boutiques and tea rooms . Years ago there were 25 butcher´s shops in the street. This name is very common in other cities of England.
  • It was opened in 1830 and is one of the firs museums. You can see a lot a of insects and plants
  • We can see the story of the rail transport in Britain. It is very known and is free
  • They are a collection of small and narrow streets and footpaths in the city of York . We don´t recommend to use the car in these streets
  • Guy Fawkes was born here. They have their own newspaper. York ham, a type of boiled ha m, [ pink meat and does not need cooking before eating.
  • Yorkshire Wheel was opened in 2006 and it has 54 m, now is closed. enjoy a drink from the bar as the sights of York city 45 minute City Cruise. Then, York Dudgeon (/'dʌdʒən/) is the scariest attraction in York now they burn witches alive, what a show
  • Jorvik Festival:hundreds of Vikings descend on the city and demonstrate battle-drills and training routines.York has a pub for everyday of the year. Carnival: The day will be full of culture and diversity, the perfect start to the Summer , a lot of music, customs...

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  • York
  • Where is York?
  • 50´s Economy
  • Transports
  • Sites of interest
  • York Minster
  • York Museum gardens
  • Clifford´s Tower
  • The Shambles
  • Yorkshire Museum
  • National Railway Museum
  • The Snickelways
  • Made in York
  • Entertainment
  • York Boat Cruise Yorkshire Wheel Adults - £7.50 Adult £14.00
  • 13 - 21 February 2010 Jorvik Viking Festival Sunday 6 June