Category:Bisham

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English: Bisham (correctly pronounced as biss-um, not bish-um) is a village and civil parish in the Windsor and Maidenhead district of Berkshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 1,149. The village is on the River Thames, north of which is Marlow in Buckinghamshire. Bisham is home to one of Sport England's National Sports Centres, centred on Bisham Abbey, a 13th century manor house, originally built for the Knights Templar but later the residence of the Montagu (or Montacute) Earls of Salisbury and the Hoby family.
Simple English: Bisham (said "Bissam") is a village in Berkshire, England, UK. It is on River Thames. Across the river is Marlow in Buckinghamshire.

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