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Sheffield, Yorkshire and the Humber, England, United Kingdom (53.38066 -1.47023)
Although a city, Sheffield is informally known as "the largest village in England", because of a combination of topographical isolation and demographic stability. It is relatively geographically isolated, being cut off from other places by a ring of hills. Local folklore insists that, like Rome, Sheffield was built "on seven hills". The land surrounding Sheffield was unsuitable for industrial use, and now includes several protected green belt areas. These topographical factors have served to restrict urban spread, resulting in a relatively stable population size and a low degree of mobility.
Abbeyfield Park, Port Mahon, Pitsmoor, Sheffield, Yorkshire and the Humber, England, S4 7AT, United Kingdom (53.39998 -1.46402)
Coordinates: 53.39902 -1.46500 53.40100 -1.46216 - Minimum elevation: 121 ft - Maximum elevation: 755 ft - Average elevation: 322 ft
Crookes Valley Park, Port Mahon, Crookesmoor, Sheffield, Yorkshire and the Humber, England, United Kingdom (53.38344 -1.49294)
Coordinates: 53.38191 -1.49561 53.38499 -1.49027 - Minimum elevation: 147 ft - Maximum elevation: 906 ft - Average elevation: 413 ft