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Warwickshire is a county in the Midlands, bounded on the northwest by Staffordshire, northeast by Leicestershire, east by Northamptonshire, southeast by Oxfordshire, southwest by Gloucestershire, and west by Worcestershire. It has an area of 983.

The county has no great elevation and its principal rivers are the Avon, Stour, and Tame. The largest city is Birmingham. The capital is Warwick. Coventry was considerably damaged by German bombing during World War II but has been restored. Stratford-Upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare.