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Berwick-upon-Tweed is the most northerly English town. At one time an important Scottish port, it changed hands 13 times between England and Scotland before finally coming to rest in English territory in the year 1482.
Take a 2-mile walk round the top of the town's Elizabethan walls; start from Meg’s Mount and take in the superb views inland along the meandering River Tweed; then pass by the stone bridge with 15 arches (built by order of James I in 1611 to connect the town with Tweedmouth on the opposite side of the river mouth); Go along the quayside; pass by the shipyards and salmon fisheries; and finally go around the harbour mouth to the open ground bordering the North Sea. This path presents constantly altering views of rural peacefulness surrounding the busy town.
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