Oxfordshire – a county in South East England, with historic origins and archaically known as Oxon and the County of Oxford. It is one of the most rural counties in the UK, as it is situated on the edge of the Cotswolds. It is a popular area for country living, with many famous people living in the villages surrounding Oxford.

Oxfordshire County of Oxfordshire
– County –

County Town: Oxford
Largest Cities: Oxford • Banbury • Abingdon-on-Thames • Bicester • Witney

– Postcodes: OX • RG • SN
– Province: England
– Country: United Kingdom

Population: 660,772 (2011)
– Rank
— in province: 34th
— in country: 35th

– Council: Oxfordshire County Council


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