Oxfordshire is a large county in South East England, on the southern fringes of the West Midlands, bordered by , , , , and .

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is the oldest university city in the , some 50 miles to the west of the capital in its own county of , on the river Thames and Cherwell.

is a thriving market town in , just off the A40 Cheltenham to Oxford road.

is a picturesque town in the . is often known as the "gateway to the Cotswolds".

is in on the River Thames about 7 miles south of .


is a town in South , . North of the and south of , Oxfordshire opens out into a broad plain, overlooked from the south and east by the Berkshire Downs and the Chiltern Hills.

is a market town in the Cherwell district of .

is a town on the River Thames in , .

is a small town in the county of and one of the most attractive towns in the region.

is a town in . is a small town lying on the River .

is a town on the River Thames in South , .

is in . The Vale of White Horse district contains a number of small village and places of interest including the small market town of Faringdon.

is a market town located in the north-east of the county of , some miles north of the university town of .

The is a 68-mile long-distance footpath in , with short sections in and .

is an attractive small town 8 mi north of , .

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French: Oxfordshire, German: Oxfordshire, Italian: Oxfordshire, Portuguese: Oxfordshire, Spanish: Oxfordshire, County of Oxfordshire, Oxon
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