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Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Oxfordshire is an administrative subregion in England in United Kingdom with a population of approximately 631,900 people.

Facts and figures on Oxfordshire at a glance

Region name: Oxfordshire (Oxfordshire)
Status: Adminstrative subregion
Population: 631,900 people
Region name (Level 1): England England
Country: United Kingdom
Continent: Europe

The regional headquarters of Oxfordshire (Oxfordshire) is located in Oxford (Oxford) with a population of 154,566 people. The distance as the crow flies from Oxfordshire's regional headquarters Oxford to United Kingdom's capital London (London) is approximately 83 km (51 mi).

Facts and figures on Oxfordshire
RegionPopulationRegional headquartersPopulation
Oxfordshire Oxfordshire631,900 peopleOxford Oxford154,566 people

Compare with other regions in England.

Map of Oxfordshire

Map of Oxfordshire

Information on Oxfordshire

Information on Oxfordshire
Region nameRegion name Level 1CountryContinent
Oxfordshire OxfordshireEngland EnglandUnited KingdomEurope

Time in Oxfordshire

Time in Oxfordshire
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Wed, 3 Mar 2021 - 4:37amNoWed, 3 Mar 2021 - 4:37amUTCEurope/London

Geographic coordinates of Oxfordshire

Latitude & Longitude of Oxfordshire
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map51°49'60.0"N (51.8333300°)1°15'00.0"W (-1.2500000°)

Subregions in Oxfordshire

There are 5 administrative subregions in Oxfordshire.
Subregions in Oxfordshire
RegionNoPopulationRegional capitalCapital population
Cherwell District Cherwell District1.---
Oxford District Oxford District2.---
South Oxfordshire District South Oxfordshire District3.---
Vale of White Horse District Vale of White Horse District4.---
West Oxfordshire District West Oxfordshire District5.---

External sources of information on Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire on Wikipedia