Editable Map Nottingham + Derby UK

Nottingham and Derby are two neighboring cities in the East Midlands region of the United Kingdom, both with rich histories and vibrant urban amenities. Here’s a brief description of the urban amenities in each city:


  1. Historic Sites:
    • Nottingham Castle: A historic castle with ties to Robin Hood, offering a museum and art gallery.
    • Old Market Square: The largest public square in the city, surrounded by shops, restaurants, and bars.
  2. Shopping:
    • Intu Victoria Centre: A large shopping mall with a variety of retail stores, dining options, and entertainment facilities.
    • Hockley: A trendy area known for independent boutiques, vintage shops, and unique finds.
  3. Culture and Entertainment:
    • Nottingham Playhouse: A renowned theatre showcasing a variety of performances, including plays and live shows.
    • Broadway Cinema: An independent cinema with a diverse range of films and events.
  4. Education:
    • University of Nottingham: A prestigious university known for its research and academic excellence.
    • Nottingham Trent University: Another well-regarded institution contributing to the city’s vibrant student population.
  5. Green Spaces:
    • Wollaton Park: A large park with a deer park, lake, and historic hall.
    • Arboretum: Nottingham’s oldest public park, offering a peaceful escape within the city.


  1. Historic Sites:
    • Derby Cathedral: A stunning medieval cathedral with a rich history and beautiful architecture.
    • Derby Museum and Art Gallery: Showcasing the city’s history, art, and industrial heritage.
  2. Shopping:
    • Intu Derby: A shopping center with a wide range of retail options, dining, and entertainment.
    • Derby’s Cathedral Quarter: A charming area with independent shops, boutiques, and cafes.
  3. Culture and Entertainment:
    • Derby Theatre: A contemporary theatre offering a diverse program of performances.
    • QUAD: A cultural hub with exhibitions, workshops, and a cinema.
  4. Education:
    • University of Derby: A dynamic university contributing to the city’s educational and cultural scene.
    • Derby College: Providing a variety of vocational and academic courses.
  5. Parks and Recreation:
    • Markeaton Park: A large park with a boating lake, playgrounds, and sports facilities.
    • Darley Park: A picturesque park along the River Derwent, ideal for walks and outdoor activities.

Both cities offer a mix of historical charm and modern amenities, making them attractive places to live, work, and explore. Each has its unique character, providing residents and visitors with a diverse range of experiences.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.
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