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  1. Condados de Inglaterra. Los Condados de Inglaterra ( counties en inglés), son las regiones político-administrativas en las que está dividida Inglaterra. Cada una de ellas está gobernada por un Lord-Lieutenant (lugarteniente) representante del Rey en la región. Excepto Huntingdonshire y Yorkshire, todos son condados administrativos.

  2. 21/10/2020 · Summary. Description. English ceremonial counties 2010.svg. Map showing the ceremonial counties of England excluding the City of London, in 2010. Equirectangular map projection on WGS 84 datum, with N/S stretched 170%. Geographic limits: West: 6.75W. East: 2.0E. North: 56.0N.

  3. 03/11/2020 · File:England, administrative divisions (ceremonial counties) - de - colored (-London zoom).svg From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Jump to navigation Jump to search

  4. Date/Time Thumbnail Dimensions User Comment; current: 10:08, 19 July 2020: 1,108 × 1,345 (300 KB): John Womble (talk | contribs): Uploaded a work by User:Nilfanion from Copy of English_ceremonial_counties_2010.svg with thinner county boundaries with UploadWizard

  5. England England is a country in Europe. It is a country with over sixty cities in it. It is in a union with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. All four countries are in the British Isles and are part of the United Kingdom (UK). Over 55 million people live in England (2015 estimate). This is 84% of the population of the UK. [4]

  6. England is divided by the Lieutenancies Act 1997 into areas for the appointment of Lord Lieutenants, who are historically the Crown's representative in a county. Although not actually defined as such, these areas have become known as ceremonial counties. These counties are sometimes used by people when describing where they live in England.

  7. 19/01/2016 · Added to 2016-01-19 Access contraints Ordnance Survey Open Data Licence Harvest GUID 887ddd90-74b5-4fb2-897a-72f711503b63 Extent Latitude: 55.8117° to 49.9554°