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Cumberland
Cumbria (English)
Shire
Flag of Cumberland
Flag
Saying
I have lifted up mine eyes unto the hills
Ad Montes Oculos Levavi (Leeden)
Uppermost
- Underrich
- Erd
Oned Kingdom
England
North West
Other tungs Cumbrish landspeech
Wonnername Cumbers
Reevely shire
- Lord Steadholder
- High Sheriff

Claire Hensman
Alistair G M Wannop 
Landswath 2,613 miles²
Befolkening 498,888

Cumberland (Mean English: Cumbria) is a reevely and un-alderboroughy shire in North West England. The shire and Cumberland Shire Redemoot, its nearby lawmoot, came into being in 1974 after the way of the Near Lawmoot Deed 1972. Cumberland's shire town is Carlyle, in the north of the shire, and the only other main townish landspan is Barrow-in-Furness on the southwestern tip of the shire.

The shire of Cumberland bestands of six ridings (Allerdale, Barrow-in-Furness, Carlyle, Copeland, Eden and South Lakeland), and in 2008 had a befolkening of right under half a micklered. Cumberland is one of the least huddled shires in the Oned Kingdom, with 73.4 folk by tm2 (190/fs mi).

Cumberland is the third biggest shire in England by landspan, and has a rim to the north with the Scottish redemoot landspans of Dumfries & Galloway and Scottish Meres, to the west with the Irish Sea, to the south with Lancashire, to the southeast with North Yorkshire, and to the east with Durham and Northumberland.

Cumberland is mainly upland and is home to Lakeland and Lakeland Theedish Parrock, a UNESCO World Erfstead thought to be one of England's most outstanding landspans of kindful fairness (an inblowing for crafters, writers and gleemen). In the south east lie the Yorkshire Dales Theedish Parrock while the North Pennines AONB is in the eastern rand. Much of Cumberland is hilly and is home to every peak in England over 3,000 feet (910 m) above the sea, with Scafell Pike at 3,209 feet (978 m) being the highest ord of England. A highland, shorely and upland stow, Cumberland's eretide is marked by raids, outwandering and settling, as well as camps and clashes among the English and Scots. Markworthy stows of yore in Cumberland are: Carlyle Fasten, Furness Abbotstead, Hardknott Roomanish Awork, Brough Fasten and Hadren's Wall, also a World Erfstead.

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