Where Is Carlisle?

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Carlisle is a border city located in the northern half of Cumbria and a fair amount of southern Scotland in England. It is Cumbria's main shopping, commercial and industrial centre.
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Carlisle is a popular name. There is a Carlisle located in North West England as well as several locations in Canada. There are also nine states in the United States that have a Carlisle. They are Indiana, Kentucky, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, New York, South Carolina and Massachusetts.
The town of Carlisle is in Massachusetts. Carlisle is home to 4900 residents and is 40 minutes from Boston. 25% of the town is protected conservation land.
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Carlisle city (1991 pop. 72,006) and district, Cumbria, NW England, near the junction of the
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304 miles as the crow flies, but will certainly be longer when considering travelling by road :)
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