County in southern England; watershed area separating basins of Bristol Channel, English Channel and River Thames; chalk uplands populated in prehistoric times and contains many stone monuments and burial mounds, including Neolithic Stonehenge and Avebury; primarily an agricultural area; administrative center is Trowbridge; Swindon became an independent unitary authority in 1997.

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51.2462710° N, 1.9922130° W

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Wiltshire, England
Date Published
October 8, 2013
Last Updated
November 24, 2021