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Hampshire is located on the south coast of of the United Kingdom and marks the border between south east and south west England.

One of few counties with two National Parks, The New Forest can be found in the far west of Hampshire while to the east, the South Downs rolls into Sussex. Hampshire is also the closest county and gateway to the Isle of Wight.

Spanning 1,455 square miles, Hampshire shares borders with five other counties including Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Surrey and Sussex. The centrally located city of Winchester is Hampshire's county town and it also used to be the capital of England.

The north of Hampshire is largely rural while the south by the coast is more urban with cities of Southampton and Portsmouth making up much of the county's population.

Map of Hampshire's towns and villages

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