Category:Bray, Berkshire

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English: Bray (sometimes Bray-on-Thames) is a village and civil parish in the English county of Berkshire. It stands on the banks of the River Thames, just south-east of Maidenhead. It is famous as the village mentioned in the song The Vicar of Bray. The parish has an area of and a population of 8460 at the 2001 census.cite web
Nederlands: Bray is een dorp (village en civil parish) in het Engelse graafschap Berkshire. Het dorp ligt in het district Windsor and Maidenhead, het inwoneraantal is onbekend.
Bray 
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village and civil parish in the English county of Berkshire
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LocationWindsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
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51° 30′ 25.2″ N, 0° 42′ 00″ W

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