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    Sussex ( / ˈsʌsɪks / ), from the Old English Sūþsēaxe ( lit. ' South Saxons '), is a historic county in South East England that was formerly an independent medieval Anglo-Saxon kingdom. It is bounded to the west by Hampshire, north by Surrey, northeast by Kent, south by the English Channel, and divided for many purposes into the ...

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  2. Sussex (/ˈsʌsɪks/) es un condado del sur de Inglaterra, que se corresponde aproximadamente con el territorio del antiguo Reino de Sussex. Limita al norte con el condado de Surrey , al este con el condado de Kent , al oeste con Hampshire y al sur con el Canal de la Mancha .

  3. Sussex is located predominantly on the south coast of England with around 90 miles of shoreline from Camber in the east to Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the west. In fact its most northerly point at Gatwick Airport is just 23 miles from the coast.

  4. Sussex, historic county of southeastern England, covering a coastal area along the English Channel south of London. For administrative purposes, Sussex is divided into the administrative counties of East Sussex and West Sussex and the unitary authority of Brighton and Hove .

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    Geography of Sussex ContinentEurope RegionSouthern England Area • Total3,783 km2 Coastline220 km Borders Hampshire Surrey Kent Highest pointBlackdown 280 m Longest riverRiver Medway 113 km Longest river entirely within Sussex is the River Arun 60 km Largest lakeBewl Water 3.12 km2 Longest inland body of water entirely within Sussex is Ardingly Rese...

    The coastal resorts of Sussex and neighbouring Hampshire are the sunniest places in the United Kingdom. The coast has consistently more sunshine than the inland areas: sea breezes, blowing off the sea, tend to clear any cloud from the coast. Most of Sussex lies in Hardiness zone 8; the exception is the coastal plain west of Brighton which lies in t...

    Sussex's geology typically runs in bands running east–west. Running across the south of the county, from Hampshire to chalk cliffs of Beachy Head lies the chalk ridge of the South Downs. The South Downs form the southern rim of the Wealden anticline, a large and eroded dome of rocks, largely of Cretaceous age which has had a significant influence o...

    Sussex's natural resources have been used for thousands of years. The South Downs includes some of Britain's earliest mines, including Church Hill, Findon which dates from around 4200BC. while the Sussex Weald was historically the centre of England's iron industry, using iron ore in the form of siderite. The Wealden iron industry was established be...

    Natural England has identified the following seven national character areas in Sussex: 1. South Coast Plain 2. South Downs 3. Wealden Greensand 4. Low Weald 5. High Weald 6. Pevensey Levels 7. Romney Marshes At 280m Blackdown is the highest point in Sussex, or county top. Ditchli

    Sussex has two islands, both of which are located in Chichester Harbour. Thorney Island and neighbouring Pilsey Island. Thorney Island is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel called the Great Deep, while Pilsey Island has in recent years it has become joined to Thorney

    Sussex has rivers that flow into both the English Channel and the Thames Estuary of the North Sea. Flowing to the English Channel are the Arun, Adur, Ouse, Cuckmere and Rother. Flowing to the Thames Estuary and the North Sea are the Mole and Medway. At 113 kilometres long, the Ri

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