The county famed for it's university city of 'Dreaming Spires' covers an expanse of just over 1,000 square miles.
Geographical features include the river Thames and it's tributaries, the Cotswolds and the Chiltern Hills.
Oxfordshire has a population of 600,000 people and each year this figure is under constant change due to the students attending the famous Oxford University.
The county itself is mainly agricultural in terms of it's production, with car, paper, brick and cement manufacture all high on it's list of commercial activities.
Apart from the city of Oxford, major towns in the county are Witney, Woodstock, Abingdon, Banbury and Henley-on-Thames (home of the Henley regatta).
One of the most scenic of all English counties.
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