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  • Carlisle

    Dubbed as the Great Border City, Carlisle sits south of the Scottish Border where the rivers Eden, Caldew, and Petteril converge. It is the largest among the Cumbria counties in terms of population with settlers pegged at over a hundred thousand. Modern Carlisle is the heart of industrial, cultural and commercial activities in the northern side of Cumbria. Medieval heritage are evident through its castle, cathedral and city wall which add to its character and charm.

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  • Carlisle

    Carlisle has always been a city since the middle ages. Civic responsibilities are being handled by the Carlisle City Council. It tackles planning policies, education, waste management among many things. Owing to its industrialisation in the 19th and 20th century, it has flourished on its engineering and food industry. The city also offers competitive education as it hosts four campuses of University of Cumbria while a number of secondary schools are also found within the city area.

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  • Visit Carlisle

    Carlisle is a major commercial, industrial, and shopping hub in northern Cumbria. It is home to historical and heritage structures like the Prior's Tower the Carlisle Castle and the Cathedral. The Border Regiment Museum is found inside the Carlisle Castle. It exhibits artefacts relating to the history of Cumbria's County Infantry Regiment, the Border Regiment itself and the Royal Border Regiment. Owing to its strategic location railways traverse the city with 7 railway companies enjoying its utility.

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  • Carlisle Castle

    The Carlisle Castle has been a dependable and steadfast fortress for the past 900 years. It served its kings, survived sieges, and resisted invaders time and again. Walk through the castle halls, rooms, or even muse over the prisoners' carvings on the dungeon walls. You can also segue to Queen Mary's Tower or the Warden's Apartment. Learn more about its history from the exhibits via the Cumbria's Museum of Military Life hosted inside the castle.

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  • Tullie House

    Discover a significant collection of delicate and decorative art and historical artefacts in Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery. The house is also a proud host of varied events and exhibitions under one fine roof. Recognised as a top attraction in the Northwest, the events, exhibitions and services by Tullie House are also top-notch. The unique blend of the old and the modern are seen through the old Tullie House itself and the Border Galleries.

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  • Carlisle Cathedral

    Standing faithfully for around 9 centuries, the Carlisle Cathedral is among the fine treasures of northern England. Originally founded as an Augustinian priory, it sits near the southern Scottish border. Despite its size and medieval age, it certainly does not fall short in charming both the faithful and casual tourists alike. Services are being held welcoming all people regardless of creed and religion. They are all encouraged to listen to the unbelievable stories of faith and love.

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