Lymington

The English port city of Lymington has 15,000 inhabitants, is located in the district of New Forest in Hampshire. The town is about two hours' drive southwest of London, and is located directly on the English Channel. Lymington, an important Marina, located near the New Forest National Park. Lymington is an Anglo-Saxon village from the 6th century BC. Chr. Back. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the town is mentioned as Lentune. Attractions are harbor, marina, renovated houses from the 16-17. Century, a historic market. The city has a good infrastructure; economically significant are tourism, trade and agriculture. The city maintains a city partnership with Mosbach since 1996th

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