Weymouth

Weymouth [weɪməθ] is a coastal town in southwestern English county of Dorset. It is located south of Dorchester and north of the peninsula of Portland. The County Weymouth and Portland has a population of 65,076 inhabitants (2011), of which at Weymouth 52,232 inhabitants (2011) and Portland 12,844 inhabitants (2011). The city has a long sandy beach and is one of the most popular English holiday resorts. In addition, Weymouth is also an object of some language courses, the ausgehen.Die Europe small town is considered the first tourist destination in England, and not the culture, but recovery is the main objective of travelers. Starting point of all Weymouther is the Jubilee Clock. She stands in the middle of the whole beach promenade and is well known in Weymouth. The colorful clock was built in 1887 and is in the night as the whole beach promenade illuminated. In the summer months there every year there will be a fair. As another tourist magnet, the international kite festival, the folk and the Military Veteran's festival are used annually. Weymouth Furthermore find the Beach Volleyball Classic held every year, a tournament which will be played on the long sandy beach. In 2005, more than 2,500 visitors attended sporting event. Making it the UK's largest volleyball tournament. During the 2012 Olympic Games in London Weymouth and Portland peninsula, which is adjacent to the city were, site of the sailing competitions. Weymouth has three Town twinning with the French and German communities Louviers Holzwickede and Colditz. The town is the terminus of the South Western Main Line from London Waterloo. Weymouth also the octopus Paul to the world, who provided the correct prophecy of World Cup football matches of the German national craze came.

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