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Cambridge is an ancient English university town and administrative center of Cambridgeshire. It is located 80 km north-east of London and is surrounded by many small towns and villages. It is also considered the center of the Silicon Fen Technology Center. The most famous institution is the University of Cambridge.
The area around Cambridge was inhabited before the Roman rule. The oldest discovered historical finds, a collection of hunting weapons, date from the late Bronze Age from about 1,000 BC. There are also finds confirming the settlement in the Iron Age and the remains of the Belgian fortifications on Castle Hill from the 1st century BC.
In the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, the city is referred to as Grantebrycge. This is the oldest mention of the bridge at Cambridge.
In 1291, students expelled by hostile Oxford residents arrived in Cambridge and founded a niversity there. The oldest dormitory - Peterhouse, which still exists today, was founded in 1284. The construction of one of the most prominent landmarks of the city - King's College Chapel was started by Henry VI. in 1446. The construction was completed in 1515 during the reign of Henry VIII.
Currently, Cambridge, due to the large concentration of companies (such as Acorn Computers and Sinclair) focused on technological development in and around the city, is referred to as the Silicon Fen Center. Cambridge University is affiliated with Anglia Ruskin University and its educational reputation has led to the city hosting the Open University, among others.