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List of places in Cumbria

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List of places in Cumbria

Map of villages in Cumbria compiled from this list

This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the county of Cumbria, England. See the list of places in England for places in other counties.

Ambleside, St. Martin's College
Appleby Market Square
Central Barrow-in-Furness skyline
Bassenthwaite Lake
Bewcastle Cross
Black Combe cairn
Borrowdale
Buttermere
Carlisle Castle
Conishead Priory
Coniston
Dungeon Ghyll
Ennerdale Water
Furness Abbey
Grizedale Tarn
Kendal, canal change bridge
Keswick, Moot Hall
Patterdale village
Silloth, West Beach
Silloth Port
River Nith Estuary
Wasdale from Wastwater
Walney Island
Whitehaven beacon
Whitehaven
Whitehaven Maritime Festival 2005
Windermere

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