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    St Albans ( / sənt ˈɔːlbənz /) is a cathedral city in Hertfordshire, [1] England, east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield, 20 miles (32 km) north-west of London, 8 miles (13 km) south-west of Welwyn Garden City and 11 miles (18 km) south-east of Luton.

    • 6.99 sq mi (18.1 km²)
    • England
  2. Coordenadas: 51°45′18″N 0°20′10″O ( mapa) St. Albans (Hertfordshire) St Albans es la principal área urbana del Distrito de St Albans al sur de la comarca de Hertfordshire ( Inglaterra ), alrededor de 30 km al norte del centro de Londres. Fue una de las principales ciudades de la Britania romana, con el nombre de Verulamium.

  3. St. Albans (abreviación de Saint Albans) es un topónimo en varios países anglófonos, derivado en última instancia del nombre de San Albano (Albano de Verulamium). Puede referirse a: Australia St. Albans (Melbourne), suburbio al noroeste de la ciudad de Melbourne, en el estado de Victoria.

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    St Albans is a city located in Hertfordshire, England. It was originally founded as Verlamion a settlement belonging to the Catuvellauni.It was subsequently transformed into the Roman settlement of Verulamium from where it grew into a municipium around AD 50. The city became known as St Albans around the 4th century AD with the martyrdom of St Alba...

    The Roman city of Verulamium, the third largest town in Roman Britain after Londinium and Colchester, was built alongside the Celtic settlement in the valley of the River Ver nearer to the present city centre. The settlement was granted the rank of municipium around AD 50, meaning that its citizens had what were known as "Latin Rights", a lesser ci...

    In 1553, following the dissolution, the Abbey was sold to the town for £400 and became a parish church. The Lady Chapel became part of St Albans School and the Great Gatehouse was used as a prison until the 19th century, when the school took it over. In response to a ...

    The bridge over the River Ver in St Michael's Street, adjacent to Kingsbury Watermill and not far from St Michael's Church, dates from 1765 and is believed to be the oldest extant bridge in Hertfordshire. It is Grade II listed. According to a contemporary account of the Second Ba

    The pioneering filmmaker Arthur Melbourne-Cooper was born in St Albans in 1874 at 99 London Road. He became a noted figure in the history of film when he began to explore the new art of moving photography in the mid-1900s. By 1908, he had set up a production base, the Alpha Produ

  4. St. Albans es un distrito no metropolitano con el estatus de ciudad, ubicado en el condado de Hertfordshire ( Inglaterra ). Fue constituido el 1 de abril de 1974 bajo la Ley de Gobierno Local de 1972 como una fusión del municipio de St. Albans, el distrito urbano de Harpenden y parte del distrito rural de St. Albans. 1

  5. St Albans, Victoria From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with St Albans Park, Victoria. St Albans is a suburb 17 km (11 mi) north-west of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located within the City of Brimbank local government area. St Albans recorded a population of 37,309 at the 2016 Census .

  6. St. Albans is a residential neighborhood in the southeastern portion of the New York City borough of Queens. It is bordered by Jamaica to the northwest, Hollis to the north, Queens Village to the northeast, Cambria Heights to the east, Laurelton to the southeast, Springfield Gardens to the south, and South Jamaica to the southwest. [4] St.