East Midlands, England
Leicester was one of the Roman’s main fortress on the British Isles. However, today the East Midlands is culturally and historically known for its traditional British produce: Red Leicester cheese, the Bakewell tart and the Melton Mowbray pork pie.
The region is also home to the world’s first factory, Sir Richard Arkwright’s Cromford Mill and the world’s oldest working factory at Lea Bridge, the regions two World Heritage Sites.
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