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'''Essex''' is a county of southeast [[England]], located immediately northeast of [[London]].  The south of the county, lying on the north side of the estuary of the [[River Thames]], is largely suburban and industrial, and much of the planned future growth of London will occur in this district; the north of the county is more rural and agricultural. Major towns include [[Colchester]], a pre-Roman and Roman center which is the oldest town in the [[United Kingdom]], [[Chelmsford]], the [[county seat|county town]], and [[Southend-on-Sea]], a major coastal resort.
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'''Essex''' is a county of south-east [[England]], lying immediately north-east of [[London]].  The south of the county, lying on the north side of the estuary of the [[River Thames]], is largely suburban and industrial, and much of the planned future growth of London will occur in this district; the north of the county is more rural and agricultural. Major towns include [[Colchester]], a pre-Roman and Roman centre which is the oldest town in the [[United Kingdom]], [[Chelmsford]], the [[county seat|county town]], and [[Southend-on-Sea]], a major coastal resort.
  
 
[[Category:English Counties]]
 
[[Category:English Counties]]

Latest revision as of 01:09, 13 May 2017

Essex is a county of south-east England, lying immediately north-east of London. The south of the county, lying on the north side of the estuary of the River Thames, is largely suburban and industrial, and much of the planned future growth of London will occur in this district; the north of the county is more rural and agricultural. Major towns include Colchester, a pre-Roman and Roman centre which is the oldest town in the United Kingdom, Chelmsford, the county town, and Southend-on-Sea, a major coastal resort.