North Yorkshire

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North Yorkshire [r]: A ceremonial county in the north of Yorkshire. [e]

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North Yorkshire is a ceremonial county within the historical county of Yorkshire. It is the largest ceremonial county in both Yorkshire and the United Kingdom with an area of 3,341 square miles and a population of 1,082,000.

National Parks

Around 40% of the county is covered with national parks, with all of the North York Moors and the majority of the Yorkshire Dales.

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