See also: Somerset (homonymy), County of Somerset
The Somerset is a county of the south-west of the England. Its capital is Taunton, located at. The county neighbor the Gloucestershire in the North-East, Wiltshire in the east, Dorset in south-east and Devon in south-west. In north, the estuary of the Severn, the Bristol Chanel is.
The name comes from Somersæte , which means “country of all of people of summer”. The currency of the county east Somersæte ealle , which means “all the people of Anglo-Saxon Somerset” in . Somerset is a primarily rural county, with the landscape of round hills and lowlands formerly inodées by the High Tides and now making object of the protection measures of fauna and the flora, “Somerset Levels”, and the National park Exmoor covering the border with Devon.
The town of Glastonbury is famous for its mythology and its concerts rock'n'roll in the open air which last three in June days. The north of the county, which includes/understands the town of Bath, is managed independently. Bath belongs to the sites world heritage of UNESCO; the city is famous for its Roman history and its Architecture géorgienne. The popular holiday resort of Weston-super-Pond is near the Bristol-board Channel.
- Elevator with box of the channel with coal of Somersetshire
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