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Worcester is a beautiful Cathedral and University City with a fascinating history, located in the heart of the West Midlands on the banks of the River Severn. Also, is the home of the world-famous Worcestershire Sauce invented by British chemists (pharmacists) John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins. Inspiration for the sauce is said to come from Bengal in India.

Worcestershire is a county of taste, renowned worldwide for its variety of produce, such as the soft fruits and vegetables from the Vale of Evesham, award-winning wines, sausages and cheese, and natural spring water still bottled at source in Malvern.

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Worcester, City in England

Worcester (/ˈwʊstər/ ( listen) WUUS-tər) is a cathedral city in Worcestershire central England’s West Midlands region: Of which it is the county town. It is 30 mi (48 km) southwest of Birmingham, 27 mi (43 km) north of Gloucester and 23 mi (37 km) northeast of Hereford. By the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. Centrally located, Worcester is 45 minutes west of Boston and a similar distance north of Providence, Rhode Island. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.

As New England’s second-largest city, with a population of 206,000, Worcester combines the historic charm of a small town with the conveniences and attractions of a thriving metropolis.