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Newcastle upon Tyne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nickname(s): Newcastle, The Toon: Motto: "Fortiter Defendit Triumphans" (Latin: "Triumphing by brave defence") Location of Newcastle upon Tyne in England

NewcastleGateshead’s official tourist information site

NewcastleGateshead’s official tourist information site. Book hotels and accommodation online and find out things to do, what's on, shopping and restaurants

Newcastle upon Tyne - TripAdvisor

Newcastle upon Tyne Tourism: TripAdvisor has 145,723 reviews of Newcastle upon Tyne Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Newcastle upon Tyne resource.

Newcastle upon Tyne travel guide - Wikitravel

Newcastle upon Tyne is a port city in the North East of England. It has a population of 250,000 but including the surrounding urban area its population is almost 1 ...

Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet has produced this article for Visit Britain. All editorial views are those of Lonely Planet alone and reflect our policy of editorial independence and ...

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Newcastle University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Newcastle University (formally, the University of Newcastle upon Tyne) is a public research university located in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North-East of England.

Newcastle Upon Tyne, England -

Newcastle upon Tyne, city and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear, historic county of Northumberland, northeastern England. It lies on the ...

History of Newcastle upon Tyne - England's North East

A history of Newcastle upon Tyne from Roman times. Known to locals as The Toon, an ancient word for town, the Geordie capital is in fact a city. Its quayside has many ...

Newcastle upon Tyne - Wikipedia

Newcastle upon Tyne (for ordinar cried juist Newcastle) is a ceety in the north-east o Ingland. It is locatit alang the north baunk o the River Tyne an the umwhile ...