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Derby is a town in the English region East Midlands. It is located on the banks of the River Derwent and is surrounded by Derbyshire. According to the results of the 2001 census, the population of the city was 233,700.
A popular version of the origin of the name states that the name comes from the Danish and Celtic word Djúra-bý, recorded in Anglo-Saxon sources as Deoraby (deer village).
However, another version states that the name of the city is derived from the original Roman name Derventio. Also, some old maps (such as Speed's map from 1610) also mention the name Darby or Darbye.
Derby is one of the few English cities whose name dates back to Viking times (another is, for example, York from the Viking Jórvík). Derby recently celebrated its 2,000th anniversary.
The local cathedral features the second tallest tower among the cathedrals in the country. Derby Prison is a tourist attraction based on the famine Derbyshire Prison, which dates back to 1756.
The Derby Industrial Museum is located in the local silk factory and displays Derby's industrial heritage and technological achievements, including Rolls Royce aircraft engines, railways, mining, quarries and foundries.
The Pickford Home Museum was built by architect Josef Pickford in 1770. It was his home and business center. The Derby Museum and Art Gallery exhibits paintings by Josef Wright, beautiful porcelain products and archeological finds.
New archaeological discoveries (2004) confirmed that the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons apparently existed side by side, in two territorial units separated by water. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (ca. 900) states that Derby is divided by water. These areas were known as Northworthy and Deoraby and were located in the northern part of Derby.