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England's north east extremity is a tapestry of moorland, ruins, castles, cathedrals and villages huddled in the valleys. With Northumberland National Park and Kielder Water reservoir to the north, a ruggeed eastern coastline, and the cities of Newcastle and Durham to the south, the area combines a dramatic history with abundant natural beauty.
The empty peaceful hills, rich wildlife and panoramic vistas of Northumberland National Park belie the area's turbulent past. Warring Scots and English, skirmishing tribes, cattle reivers and whisky smugglers have all left traces on ancient routes through the Cheviot Hills. Slicing through the southern edge of the National Park is the famous reminder of the Romans' 400 year occupation of Britain, Hadrian's Wall, the northern boundary of their empire.
Historic sites abound along Norhumbria's coast. South of Berwick-upon-Tweed, a causeway leads to the ruined priory and castle on Lindisfarne, and there are major castles at Bamburgh, Alnwick and Warkworth. The hinterland is a region of wide open spaces, with wilderness in the Northumberland National Park, now an International Dark Sky Park, and fascinating Roman remains of Hadrian's wall.
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