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Salisbury is an impressive cathedral city in the south west region of Wiltshire in England. Salisbury, part of the Salisbury District, is situated at the confluence of the Rivers Nadder, Ebble, Wylye, Bourne and Avon.
Salisbury is known as a cathedral city because of the impressive diocesan Salisbury Cathedral, which commenced building in 1075 and was completed in 1220. The cathedral boasts the largest spire in the UK at and adrenaline pumping 123 meters high. Among other impressive facts, the Salisbury Cathedral library contains one of the four remaining copies of the Magna Carta. Many historians consider the library’s copy to be in the best condition of all four.
Most of Salisbury’s visitors inarguably pass through the city to visit Stonehenge; the famous prehistoric stone formation situated only moments outside of the city. The ancient stone formation is believed to have been erected some time between 3100 BC and 2200 BC, and was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1986 by UNESCO. Stonehenge has millions of visitors coming to the outdoor attraction each year, most of whom pass through Salisbury on the way and add significantly to the Salisbury economy.
The impressive Salisbury landscape is extremely popular during the summer months, with vast green fields and landscaped waterways. Many of the waterways, including the Queen Elizabeth Gardens, welcome the more adventurous to enter the water for a relaxing swim during the summer time.