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East Yorkshire is a ceremonial county located near the borders of what makes the north western region of England. Officially known as the East Riding of Yorkshire, the modern county took shape in 1996 and borders North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. East Yorkshire has a total population of 602,600 that reside in two districts. The county represents a mix of rural and urban population. Beverley is the administrative headquarters of East Yorkshire. Kingston Upon Hull is the largest city of the county that holds the status of a separate unitary authority. East Yorkshire has a unique geography where it houses the iconic Yorkshire Wolds, a series of low-rising hills that span a large section of the county. The county seat of Beverley is a modern town with a rich historical past. It is home to Beverley Minster, a grand house of worship with many exquisite paintings and intricate artwork. Find your new home in East Yorkshire today.