Map of Oxfordshire
This region holds one of the most important tourist attractions in England: the city and University of Oxford, where great minds of the last century have studied. If you want to enjoy the beautiful landscape of this province or to visit some of the main architectural and historical sights in England, this map of Oxfordshire is an essential tool. After checking in at a hotel, you can take a drive around the district using the car you previously rented from a local car hire service and, guided by this map of Oxfordshire, begin exploring the region. Using this map of Oxfordshire, you don’t have to limit your travel to this county because the surrounding regions are also depicted in detail.
This is a map of Oxfordshire, a county within England. This map will show you the details of any roads, streets, landmarks and regional divides within the county.
Oxfordshire is a county within the South East area of England. Archaically, it is known as the County of Oxford and it is abbreviated into Oxon.
Oxfordshire shares its borders with Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. The county spans a total area of just over 2,600 metres. (Around 1000 square miles) Its total population according to the 2011 census was just over 654,000.
Oxfordshire is noted for having major tourist and education industries, as well as having being a major centre for performance motorsport facilities and companies. The University of Oxford has links with a number of local biotechnology companies and out of the large concentration of print and publishing firms within Oxfordshire, Oxford University Press is the largest. The city’s main centre of population is Oxford, further growth in the population is hoped to be concentrated around Banbury, Bicester, Witney, Didcot and Oxford.
Oxfordshire has two universities, one being the widely known University of Oxford and the other being Oxford Brookes University, which are both at home in Oxford.
In the Vale of White Horse, is White Horse Hill, which is the highest point in the administrative county. White Horse Hill reaches 856 ft. (261 metres) the historic county’s highest point is Chiltern Hills which lies close to Portobello Farm, measuring at 837 ft (255 metres). The Snake’s-head Fritillary is the county flower of Oxfordshire.