Where Is the Lake District in England?

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The Lake District is a region made up of a number of lakes, streams, and a range of mountains located in North West of England. The Lake District extends 50km from North to South and 40km from East to West. The inhabitants practice agriculture, in particular raising sheep and dairy cattle.
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The Lake District is a mountainous area in North-Western region of England. This district is also known as The Lakes or Lakeland. The area is made up of a number of lakes, countless mountain tarns, streams, and a range of mountains rising to a height of over 900 meters in four points.
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England is the home destination of Lake district. It is the largest national park located in England, and one of the greatest sites to see is the Kendal Mountain Festival.You can
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1. Plan your approach. The Lake District can be easily reached from the M6 motorway and is just 1 1/2 hours from Manchester, 2 hours from York and 5 hours from London. You can use
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It's in England.
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