Clee Hills
geographical name hills W England in S Shropshire

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Clee Hills — (spr. klī), Höhenzug in Shropshire (England), begrenzt das Tal der Severn auf der rechten Seite und steigt bis 550 m an …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Clee Hills — (spr. klih), Höhenzug in der engl. Grafsch. Shropshire, 546 m hoch; Steingruben (Dhustone) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Clee Hills — The span of the Clee Hills, with Titterstone Clee to the left (south) Clee Burf and Brown Clee (Abdun Burf) to the right (north), viewed from Shatterford Hill in Worcestershire. The Clee Hills are a range of hills in Shropshire, England near… …   Wikipedia

  • Clee — may refer to Clee Hills, a range of hills in Shropshire, England Brown Clee Hill, the highest point in the county of Shropshire, in the Clee Hills. Titterstone Clee Hill, a hill in the Clee Hills, Shropshire Clee Hill Junction, a railway junction …   Wikipedia

  • Clee St. Margaret — Coordinates: 52°27′18″N 2°38′28″W / 52.455°N 2.641°W / 52.455; 2.641 …   Wikipedia

  • Clee — This is an English surname of ancient origins. First recorded in the county of Suffolk in the year 1327 when Richard Cle is so recorded in the pipe rolls of the county and far away in Gloucestershire in 1359 when William de Clee appears in the… …   Surnames reference

  • Titterstone Clee Hill — The summit under snow, with radar station beyond. Elevation 533 m (1,749 f …   Wikipedia

  • Brown Clee Hill — Brown Clee Hill, looking towards Abdon Burf Elevation 540 m (1,772 ft) …   Wikipedia

  • Shropshire Hills AONB — Geobox Protected Area name =Shropshire Hills native name = other name = other name1 = category local =Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty category iucn = image size = 243 image caption = The Clee Hills (L R: Titterstone Clee Hill and Brown Clee… …   Wikipedia

  • Clent Hills — Clent Hill The four stones at the top of Clent Hill at 52° 25′ 15.29″ N, 2° 5′ 56.12″ W Elevation 1,0 …   Wikipedia

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