Books about Exeter, England

About the city of Exeter, England

Located on the River Exe, Exeter is the county town of Devon in south-west England.

It is a cathedral city with a charming mix of old and new buildings, home to a great variety of shops, cultural and leisure facilities, media and other services. Exeter University and part of Plymouth University are also located in the city.

In addition to Exeter Cathedral (founded 1050), other attractions of cultural and historical interest include the ruins of Rougemont Castle, the Custom House in the Quay Area (oldest brick building in Exeter), the cable ferry across the River Exe, Higher Barracks (former cavalry barracks from 1794), and Northernhay Gardens as well as several churches dating from as early as the C13th.

Exeter is also home to many sporting clubs and facilities including Exeter City F.C..

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