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    Being to the east of Durham Cathedral and from a depiction of the city's founding etched on the cathedral's south side in masonry, taking its name, Dun Cow Lane is said to be one of the first streets in Durham. The first college (University College, Durham) became Durham Castle and the bishop moved to Auckland Castle as his residence in the county. In 1871, Durham Miners' Gala in Wharton Park by 5,000 miners was attended and remains in the world the socialist trade union event that is the largest.

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    A permanent indoor market, Durham Indoor Market, is just off the Market Place, at the peninsula base is the Market Place, which hosts markets that are regular still. On the Old Elvet and Bailey most of which make up the Durham University colleges, Georgian buildings can be found. As reflected by its ranking in the top 100 of the world's universities, Durham University has a reputation for excellence.

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    While the College of East Durham has sites to the city's east, Centre for Sixth Form of Durham specialises in sixth form courses. Both being about 25 miles away, Newcastle Airport lies to the north and Durham Tees Valley Airport to the south. For some 60 years until 1996 when it closed, Durham Ice Rink was a feature of the city.

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    Inspired by the cathedral from South Street, Sir Walter Scott wrote "Harold the Dauntless", a poem set in County Durham about Vikings and Saxons and published on 30 January 1817. Durham Castle is the Norman castle keep never to have suffered a breach and the city played a part in the defence of the north. Close to the city centre is HM Prison Durham.

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    Rail travellers enter Durham coming from the south over a Victorian viaduct that was spectacular high above the city, Durham railway station is on the East Coast Main Line between Edinburgh and London. The largest college of further education is New College Durham. Playing in the Northern League, Durham City A.F.C., the football club of the town, once boasted Football League membership between 1921 and 1928 but has long been a non-league club.

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    Behind Durham Cathedral's High Altar, the shrine of Saint Cuthbert was England's religious site that was most important until the martyrdom of St Thomas Becket at Canterbury in 1170. The regional Archery Team of Durham And Northumberland at Lilleshall NSC in 2014 won the Team Event of National Intercounty, this event saw from 19 counties, 260 archers competing for the title.

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