A city in the west of England, known for its 11th-century Cathedral and Gloucester Docks, the most inland port in the UK. Gloucester’s history dating back to Roman times brings with it has a rich industrial heritage. Once the heart of the Gloucester’s industrial area, the now restored Victorian warehouses include the National Waterways Museum, Mariners Chapel. and a fine array of shops and restaurants.
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