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  1. Shrewsbury es la ciudad condado de Shropshire, en Midlands del Oeste, Inglaterra, Reino Unido. Se encuentra cerca del País de Gales. Se encuentra a orillas del río Severn. Es el principal asentamiento del borough de Shrewsbury and Atcham, con una población de 95.850 habitantes. En consecuencia, es la segunda ciudad más grande de su condado ceremonial, después de Telford. Shrewsbury es una histórica ciudad comercial cuyo casco urbano tiene un plano medieval inalterado. En la ciudad ...

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    Shrewsbury (/ ˈ ʃ r oʊ z b ər i / SHROHZ-bər-ee, also / ˈ ʃ r uː z-/ SHROOZ-) is a market town, civil parish, and the county town of Shropshire, England, on the River Severn, 150 miles (240 km) north-west of London; at the 2021 census, it had a population of 76,782.

    • 01743
    • c. 9th century
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    • La Ciudá, Güei
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    La ciudá foi conocida polos britanos como Pengwern y polos anglosaxones como Scrobbesburh, en caso dativos como Scrobbesbyrig. El nome foi gradualmente variáu en tres direiciones, en 'Sciropscire' que aportó a Shropshire, en 'Sloppesberie', que aportó a Salop o Salopia, el nome históricu del condáu, y en 'Schrosberie', que dio llugar al nome de la ...

    El primer charter del borough de Shrewsbury foi concedíu por Enrique I d'Inglaterra dexando la coleición de rentes. El Rei Ricardu I concedió otru charter en 1189 y dende esi momentu la importancia ya influencia rexonal de la ciudá aumentó, tantu que consiguió l'autonomía del condáu de Shropshire. Otros charters fueron el de Xuan I en 1199, el d'En...

    Shrewsbury atópase aprosimao a 14 milles o 23 km al oeste de Telford, 43 milles o 69 km al oeste de Birmingham y la Conurbación de Midlands del Oeste, y sobre 150 milles o 240 km al noroeste de la capital, Londres. Más llocalmente, la ciudá atopar al este de Welshpool, y Bridgnorth y Kidderminster tán al sureste. La llende con Gales ta a 9 milles o...

    Acordies col Censu de los Estaos Xuníu de 2001, la ciudá de Shrewsbury tien una población de 67.126 . Esti censu tamién asitia a la población de Shrewsbury and Atcham Borough n'aprosimao los 95.850 . Ente 1981y 1991 la población de la ciudá creció dende los 57.731 habitantes hasta los 64.219 . Shrewsbury ye la segunda ciudá más grande de Shropshire...

    A lo llargo del periodu medieval, Shrewsbury foi un centru d'intercambiu de llana, y usaba la so posición nel Ríu Severn pa tresportar bienes por toa Inglaterra al traviés del sistema de canales. Al contrariu que munches otres ciudaes mientres esti periodu, Shrewsbury nunca foi un centru d'industria pesao. Alredor del 1900, la ciudá empezó a centra...

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    El centru históricu de la ciudá continua calteniendo'l trazáu de cais medieval y munchos estrechos pasages y cais. Dalgunos d'estos pasages, especialmnete aquellos que pasen al traviés d'edificios d'una cai a la siguiente, denominar "shuts" (la pallabra deriva de "to shoot through" queriendo dicir pasar d'una cai a otra). Podemos atopar munches tiendes especializaes, pubs tradicionales y restoranes locales en rincones, places o callejuelas escondíes. Munchos de los nomes de les cais permanece...

    Centru industrial. Ente los sos monumentos destaquen la estatua de Robert Clive (del añu 1860); la Ireland's Mansion, alzada en 1575; la Jones's Mansion, construyida nel sieglu XV y güei convertida n'hotel; St. Mary, ilesia del sieglu XII edificada sobre les ruines d'una ilesia saxona; el castiellu construyíu nel sieglu XI y el Rowley's House Museu...

    Shrewsbury ye la sede de gran cantidá de clubes deportivos amateur, profesionales y semiprofesionales, incluyendo'l Shrewsbury Town F.C., un equipu de fútbol que xuega na Football League One, nesti equipu debutó'l porteru Joe Hart. Ente los títulos del equipu destaca ganar la Welsh Cup seis veces, un récor pa un equipu inglés, una caltenida carrera...

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    • 20th century

    The town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire, England, has a history that extends back at least as far as the year 901, but it could have been first settled earlier. During the early Middle Ages, the town was a centre of the wool trade, and this was a peak in its importance. During the Industrial Revolution, comparatively little development took place in t...

    Evidence of Neolithic occupation dating back before 2,000 BC of a religious form, was discovered in 2017 in the grounds of a church, the medieval Church of the Holy Fathers in Sutton, making it Britain's oldest place of worship. It is believed the area of Shrewsbury was settled in the 5th century by refugees from the nearby Roman City of Wroxeter, ...

    The Normans built a wooden fort at Shrewsbury, but in 1069, an alliance of Welshmen and the men of Chester laid siege to it. A force led by Brian of Brittany and William fitz Osbern was sent to relieve the garrison, but before they arrived, the rebels had burned the town and dispersed. Roger de Montgomery, a relative of William the Conqueror, was c...

    Later, after the formation of the Church of England, it is believed that the town was offered the status of cathedral city by Henry VIII, as the part of a proposed "Diocese of Shropshire". Reputedly, the citizens of the town rejected this offer, preferring to remain a "first of towns", this being the source of the term "Proud Salopian", that refers...

    The town did not experience the same massive growth that other English towns experienced during the industrial revolution and few large factories grew up in the town. Despite this, the world's first iron-framed building, the Ditherington Flax Mill was built in the town in 1797. During the 1830s and 1840s, the town decreased in population mainly due...

    The town was scarcely bombed in World War II, the only deaths occurring in 1940 when a woman and two grandchildren were killed when a cottage was hit in Ellesmere Road, so many of its ancient buildings remain intact and there was little redevelopment apart from some significant cases of lack of building conservation and the losses of many important...

  4. Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire, a county of England. It is located 9 miles (14 km) east of the Welsh border and serves as the commercial centre for Shropshire and mid-Wales. The town is very old. It was started around 700 AD. The town centre has almost the exact same medieval street plan and over 660 listed buildings.

    • 71,715 (2011 census)
    • Shropshire
  5. Earl of Shrewsbury (/ ˈ ʃ r oʊ z b ər i /) is a hereditary title of nobility created twice in the Peerage of England. The second earldom dates to 1442. The holder of the Earldom of Shrewsbury also holds the title of Earl of Waterford (1446) in the Peerage of Ireland and Earl Talbot (1784) in the Peerage of Great Britain .

  6. Shrewsbury (/ˈʃruzberi/ SHROOZ-bury) is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 38,325 according to the 2020 United States Census, in nearly 15,000 households. Incorporated in 1727, Shrewsbury prospered in the 19th-century due to its proximity to Worcester, and from visitors to Lake Quinsigamond.