The City of Exeter is a historic city in the county of Devon, England. The current population estimate of Exeter is 111,076 people (Mid-2010 Population Estimates) Since Exeter is home to many businesses and has many surrounding towns, cities and country villages as many as 20,000 workers commute to Exeter from the various surrounding towns and cities to get to work every day.
Exeter is the type of city where there is a historic building around every corner. The city dates back to the Roman era in which ‘Isca’, a popular name for businesses in Exeter is the Roman name for the city. One of the major historic buildings is the Exeter Cathedral beside the High Street. What makes the cathedral so stunning is that it is one of the oldest gothic buildings in Great Britain dating back 800 years. “It’s visual beauty is a story in stone and glass, embroidery and wood of the faith that built it”-http://www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk/
There is also the city’s Roman wall found at the back of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum which is open for the public to walk on. It provides an insight as to how the city was built way back in the Roman era which for any fans of history would be a true bonus. There are also a number of historical buildings for people to discover, you can find them here.
Exeter City Council- http://www.exeter.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=10126
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