County Durham is a
maritime county in the northeast, covering an area of approximately
one thousand and fifteen square miles. The western region is covered
in moorland, the coast broken by cliffs, and hills make up the majority
of the landscape. Evidence of the Roman occupation litter the countryside,
while both Durham Castle (and its phantom grey, shadowy figure)
and Durham Cathedral (with the 'Passage of Horror') have been declared a World Heritage site.
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