This category leads to websites for the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire in the  Eastern England,
inland from Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex, north of Hertfordshire, and east of Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire.
The  City of Peterborough is a unitary authority at the north west tip of Cambridgeshire.
The remainder of the county is divided at local government level into:
Cambridge City, and the Districts of East Cambridgeshire, Fenland, Huntingdonshire, and South Cambridgeshire.
Besides  Cambridge and  PeterboroughEly has a cathedral, whereas the major towns include:
  HuntingdonSt IvesSt Neots and  Wisbech.
Much of north Cambridgeshire is below or near sea level, and before the seventeenth century was drained, and with
parts of  South Holland District of Lincolnshire form  The Fens.

Please note that there are sub-topics for the major categories which are shown by clicking the dark "Christmas tree" right of the Cambridgeshire heading.
The sub-topics are shown in their localities, by clicking   .   If this is grey, then clicking restores the view with localities at the top.


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