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The municipality of Lancashire in England
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The Red Rose of Lancaster
CountryUnited Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom.png
RegionNorth West England Flag of England.png
Number of zones1385
Maximum PPH2885
Last updated2021-03-24

Lancashire is a ceremonial county that in turf is a municipality in the region of North West England in the United Kingdom. The municipality (county) has just under 1.5 million inhabitants and is located in the central part of the region.

The house of Lancaster's red rose, which has given name to the war of the roses together with the house of York's white rose, is Lancashire's county flower.

The flag of Lancashire


The county borders Irish Sea to the west, Cumbria to the north, North Yorkshire in the east and the three metropolitan areas West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside in the south.


There are 1385 turf zones in the municipality, one of which is counted as a winner zone, one water zone, eleven train station zones, 18 monument zones, 57 holy zones, 52 bridge zones, one castle zone and six ruin zones.

The most taken zone is WentStairs located on the tennis courts on Derwent road in Lancaster.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

Zontyp02.png Winner zones[edit]

Zontyp03.png Water zones[edit]

Zontyp04.png Train station zones[edit]

Zontyp06.png Monument zones[edit]

Zontyp07.png Holy zones[edit]

Zontyp09.png Bridge zones[edit]

Zontyp10.png Castle zones[edit]

Zontyp11.png Ruin zones[edit]

Other zones[edit]

Updated: 2021-03-24

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