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Rutland

Rutland, England's smallest county with only two towns and over fifty villages, regained county status in April 1997 after being a district of Leicestershire since the mid-1970s. The county boasts a number of tourist attractions including; Rutland Water, offering sailing, fishing, cycling, watersports and many other outdoor activities; historic buildings, market towns and picturesque villages; Geoff Hamilton's Gardens at Barnsdale; major events including the Royal International Air Tattoo, British Birdwatching Fair and nearby Burghley Horse Trials. The county is central for most outdoor sports, activities and historic houses and gardens.






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