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Hampshire is home to the former capital city of England and current county town Winchester. The most populous towns in the region are the ports of Southampton and Portsmouth, while famous writers Jane Austen and Charles Dickens hail from the county.
Hampshire was one of the first areas to fall to invading Roman forces, but became a primary Saxon shire in the 8th century, with several kings buried at Winchester.
Although political power moved away from Hampshire when London grew in prominence, Norman kings established the New Forest as a hunting ground after their conquest and began to construct castles along the coast of the Solent to defend important harbours.
Southampton went on to host famous ships such as the Mayflower and Titanic, while Portsmouth played a crucial role in the Second World War due to its large Royal Navy port and the nearby Aldershot army camp.
Although the Isle of Wight was traditionally part of Hampshire, it became a full ceremonial county in 1974. There are no formal administrative links between the Isle of Wight and Hampshire apart from a shared police force.
Despite a reliance on agriculture and dairy farming in the past, Hampshire has moved away from these industries and is now primarily concerned with marine, advanced engineering, aerospace, high-tech, science and financial activities.
Popular attractions include the motor museum at Beaulieu and national parks in the New Forest and South Downs, the latter of which covers 45 per cent of the county.