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Five miles west of Sunderland is the new town of Washington, focus of much of the area's contemporary investment and manufacture. The original Old Village has been zealously preserved as a conservation area which includes the ancestral home of the family which spawned the first US president, the Washington Old Hall. The 12th century National Trust building is a Jacobean showpiece, the echoing, stone-flagged house has a fine kitchen, Great Hall and garden, and some exemplary wood panelling.

To the north of Sunderland, Newcastle distinguishes itself with some fine Victorian buildings, the revitalized Quayside and a vibrant cultural scene and nightlife.

England's northeastern region abounds in ancient Roman ruins and medieval castles. The most famous of the Roman heritage is Hadrian's Wall, built along the seventy-odd miles between the North Sea and the west coast and easily visited from the appealing abbey-town of Hexham, just half an hour from Newcastle. In later centuries the Norman kings and their immediate successors built a sequence of formidable fortresses, most impressively those at Bamburgh, Alnwick and Warkworth. The Cathedral at Durham is also an impressive piece of 12th century architecture.

The Northumberland coast boass some fine castles, as well as Holy Island, the extravagant ramparts of Berwick-upon-Tweed, a string of superb, if chilly, beaches, and the desolate archipelago of the Farne Islands. Inland there are the scenic Durham dales and the harsh landscapes of Northumberland National Park, a huge chunk of moorland and tree plantations that edges the most dramatic portion of Hadrian's Wall.

Outdoor enthusiasts can test themselves on some challenging long-distance walks or cycles. The main long-distance footpath through the northeast is the Pennine Way, which crosses Hadrian's Wall and climaxes in a climb through the Northumberland National Park and Cheviot Hills. Less demanding is the 63-mile St Cuthbert's Way, which links Holy Island with Melrose, just across the border in Scotland.

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