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  1. Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    Reading (/ ˈ r ɛ d ɪ ŋ / (listen) RED -ing) is a large, historic market town in Berkshire, South East England. It is in the Thames Valley at the confluence of the River Thames and River Kennet, and on both the Great Western Main Line railway and the M4 motorway.

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  3. History of Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    The earliest map of Reading, published in 1611 by John Speed. By 1525, Reading was the largest town in Berkshire, and tax returns show that Reading was the 10th largest town in England followed closely by Colchester and Leicester, based on taxable wealth.

  4. Reading, Berkshire - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Reading (pronounced: "Redding") is a large town in Berkshire in England. It is the largest town in England and the largest settlement in Berkshire. It is home to about 230,000 people. Reading is found in South East England, between London and Bristol. The River Thames goes through the town. Reading replaced Abingdon as the county town of Berkshire in 1867.

  5. Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    Berkshire is a county of historic origin, a ceremonial county and a non-metropolitan county without a county council. The county town is Reading. The River Thames formed the historic northern boundary, from Buscot in the west to Old Windsor in the east.

  6. Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    reading.gov.uk Reading ( i / ˈ r ɛ d ɪ ŋ / RED -ing ) is a lairge toun an unitary authority aurie in Ingland . It is locatit in the Thames Valley at the confluence o the River Thames an River Kennet , an on baith the Great Western Main Line railwey an the M4 motorway , some 40 miles (64 km) wast o Lunnon.

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  7. Category:Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Reading, Berkshire" The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  8. Timeline of Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    The following is a timeline of the history of Reading, the county town of Berkshire in England. 1121 – June: Reading Abbey founded by King Henry I. Hugh of Amiens becomes first abbot. St Laurence's Church is built alongside. 1125 – 29 March: Charter granted to Reading Abbey, taken also as the founding date of Reading School.

  9. Culture of Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    The Berkshire Maestros organisation provides music making opportunities for young people in Berkshire and is based at Stoneham Court in Tilehurst, Reading. The trust supports hundreds of young musicians across the county, offering teacher-run groups such as regional and local choirs, orchestras and bands - many of which regularly perform at ...

  10. Reading - Wikipedia

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    Reading is the complex cognitive process of decoding symbols to derive meaning. It is a form of language processing . Success in this process is measured as reading comprehension. Reading is a means for language acquisition, communication, and sharing information and ideas. The symbols are typically visual ( written or printed) but may be ...

  11. Reading, Berkshire - Wikipedia

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    Reading leži na ušću rijeke Kennet u Temzu, i na kanalu Avon - Kennet, udaljen 61 km zapadno od Londona. Grad je važno željezničko čvorište. Historija. Reading je još 871. bio logor danskih Vikinga. Prvi put je status grada dobio - 1253. poveljom od kralja Henrya III.

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