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Worcestershire is a county in the West Midlands in . It is best known for the Malvern Hills and the cathedral city of Worcester. It is also the starting point of the Severn Valley Railway.
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is an historic cathedral city on the river Severn, close to the border with .

is a small market town in situated roughly equidistant from Worcester, & and in the Vale of .

is a well-known and much visited region village in the county of .

is a spa town in . It has been famous for its bottled water since 1622.

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is a town in . was a market town, with a long history of water mills, nail making and a railway wagon works.

is in . Whilst not your typical tourist destination, you may end up here to visit relatives or the like.

is in . The name refers to the area of the original village, near Hall.

is in . Created at the highest feasible navigable point on the river Severn, one of only 2 towns in the world that owes its existence to a canal.

is a market town in . lies on the River Severn with the Bridge connecting east and west sides.

is a spa town in . Droitwich Spa station is situated on the /New Street line, and is half an hour from Birmingham New Street Station.

is a small town and civil parish in the Malvern Hills District of Worcestershire, England, on the River Severn.

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French: Worcestershire, German: Worcestershire, Italian: Worcestershire, Portuguese: Worcestershire, Spanish: Worcestershire, County of Worcestershire, Worcester, Worcs
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