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Peterborough is a city based near the eastern border of England. It is classed as a cathedral city and also an authority area. However it is still classed as being part of the Cambridgeshire area. It is also close to London and is classed as having good transport links with the capital city. It is also close to the River Nene and the population stands at around one hundred and sixty six thousand. It is believed that the population will rise very sharply over the next few years and this could be because of the economical boom experienced by the city. Due to much recruitment the area does have a history of migration and the biggest single group being Italian.
In terms of the area history, settlement in Peterborough has been in operation for a long time. This is going back to the Bronze Age and like many known cities there is a history of Roman occupation as well. With a proper political and religious system in place the City soon grew in industry and it was inevitable that transport links were to improve at the same time, most notably the railway network.
The Second World War affected most cities and Peterborough was no exception. Swiftly following this, new regeneration projects went underway. Peterborough, although fell in manufacturing as well; increased its financial and service industry level trade.
Peterborough has a generous portion of attractions and sites to visit. These include the Odeon Cinema which opened in 1937 and also the Showcase Cinema. One of the main attractions includes the Cathedral Church of St Peter and Peterborough Cathedral. This is probably the highlight of the whole city as it remains a break taking view for anyone to witness. Dedicated to St Peter, this is early English gothic architecture of the highest calibre. Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery can be attended for its collection of Roman pottery and early social history. Long Thorpe Tower can be visited for its heritage and this is a manor house which is full of paintings and also other ancient monuments. Nene Park has three lakes and a sports centre. Peterborough is part of the PE1 postcode.
Flag Fen is an interesting attraction to visit as it is archaeology bound but was only really discovered in the 1980s. The function of the site is unknown but the poles probably have a religious significance according to the group of people who found the site.
As stated earlier, Peterborough is linked to London and the railway line of the East Coast is linked to Central London. Services run from King Cross and these fall under the East Coast Main Line. There are also services to London Liverpool Street and Stanstead Airport. The main routes for road fall under the A1 and E15 route and also the Great North Road.