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From 1973, an administrative region of Scotland, comprising the counties of Berwick, Peebles, Roxburgh, and Selkirk. A hilly area, its economy has continued to be dominated by sheep‐farming and textile‐manufacturing, with a growing presence of tourism attracted by its castles and abbeys, its peaceful countryside, and its small towns.

Subjects: British History.

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