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Newcastle upon Tyne, often abbreviated to Newcastle, is a city and metropolitan district on the north bank of the River Tyne in the North East of England.
Newcastle, then known as Pons Aelius, was founded by the Roman emperor Hadrian. The remains of a rampart, which he had built to defend against attacks from the north, are still visible in Newcastle, especially along West Road and further east at Wallsend.
In the Middle Ages, Newcastle was the northernmost English fortification. A stone wall almost 8 m high was built around the town to protect against intruders in the border war against Scotland. In 1174, King William of Scotland was imprisoned in Newcastle. In the 14th century, the town withstood three attacks by Scottish troops.
In the second half of the 20th century, the importance of heavy industry declined and office complexes and retail stores accounted for a large share of the city's economy.
Most of the buildings in the city center are built in the neoclassical style and have recently been significantly restored. It dates mainly from the 1930s and was written by Richard Grainger and John Dobson.
Gray Street, which turns around Grey's Monument and leads further to the River Tyne, is one of the most beautiful streets in England. Part of historic Grainger Town was demolished in the 1960s due to the construction of a shopping center in Eldon Square.
Immediately northwest of downtown is Laizes Park, founded in 1873 y a petition of 3,000 workers for easy access to public spaces for health and recreation. On one edge of it is St James' Park, home of Newcastle United Football Stadium, creating a distinctive landmark when looking at the city from the south.