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Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the UK

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 53.234444, -0.538611.

Lincoln is a small city and the seat of the county of Lincolnshire which is in the eastern UK. The city was established in the epoch when the Ancient Roman Empire was ruing the area, and just like most of the large cities of Britain, Lincoln is a city appeared near an old cathedral. In our times, the city is a developed center of industry, education, trade, farming, and tourism as well. There are a lot of places to see and do in the city, including visiting the downtown area and observing its old architecture, visiting the local pubs and cafes, galleries, cathedrals, castles, parks, arts center, stadiums, shopping areas, markets, and so on. It is interesting that the name of the city is not connected with the name of the American President Lincoln and is most likely derived from an old British name Lindon.

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Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the UK Lat Long Coordinates Info

The latitude of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the UK is 53.234444, and the longitude is -0.538611. Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the UK is located at United Kingdom country in the Cities place category with the gps coordinates of 53° 14' 3.9984'' N and 0° 32' 18.9996'' W.

Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the UK Geographic Information
CountryUnited Kingdom
DMS Lat53° 14' 3.9984'' N
DMS Long0° 32' 18.9996'' W
UTM Easting664,274.27
UTM Northing5,901,178.45
Country CodeGB
Zoom Level9

Coordinates of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the UK is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.

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Ken - Editor's Pick 2022-09-26 16:10:03

It is almost certain President Lincoln’s name is derived from this Lincoln. Not least because the original pilgrim fathers are from the vicinity and the city of Boston, mass is named after the nearby local port of Boston (Lincolnshire) the first departure point of the pilgrims.
Your “Lindon” point makes limited sense? Lincoln was called Lindum by the Romans, but Lincoln has been the term since long before the USA was thought about.
It was not established by the Romans, however, an older settlement of Britons preceeded it.
You miss,perhaps, the most interesting facts
- home of the first battle tank
- home of the largest building in the world for several centuries (cathedral, when built out scaling the pyramids)
- home of one of the Magna Carta documents
- one of just three major English cities (largest settlements) in the domesday book in 11th century England - called Lincoln, certainly would have spurned the name Lincoln