Yorkshire is a northeastern historic county of England. The county is now divided between different official regions. The historic boundaries of Yorkshire are the River Tees to the north, the Humber to the south, the North Sea to the east and the Pennines to the west. Yorkshire geography is characterized by large expanses protected by the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. It is also home to major urban centers of Leeds and Sheffield, which are among the most populous of England. The City of Leeds is Yorkshire’s largest city.
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Yorkshire Christmas Markets
Sheffield Christmas Market
15 November – 24 December 2017
Sheffield Christmas Markets at Sheffield City Centre. The 50 Christmas cabins cover Fargte, Town Hall Square and Peace Gardens with fantastic Christmas gifts, and lots of seasonal food and drink.
Opening times: open from sunday to wednesday 10am to 6pm; open from thursday to saturday 10am to 8pm.
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Leeds Christmas Market
10 November – 17 December 2017
German Christmas Markets (Christkindelmarkt) in Millennium Square.
Opening times: every day 10:30am to 9.30pm (6.30 pm Sundays).
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Christmas York Festival (St Nicholas Fayre)
16 November – 22 December 2017
St Nicholas Fayre in York. Traditional chalets along Parliament Street, St Sampson’s Square, Coppergate and The Judge’s Lodging.