Lincoln, Ingland

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City of Lincoln
Ceety & Burgh
Aviw of Castle square - which is not a square at all. In the foreground is the cobbled surface of the open space which is surrounded by historic buildings. From left to right, the Regency Assembly Rooms, a Georgian three-storey house, Leigh-Pemberton house: a half-timbered building with the upper storey projecting, a medieval church, and the entrance to the Cathedral Close. In the left distance the towers of the Cathedral rise into a blue sky.
Cathedral an Castle Square frae the castle observation touer
Banner o City of Lincoln
Coat o airms o City of Lincoln
Coat o airms
Map o Lincoln: a St Georges flag (a red cross on a white grund), wi a gowd fleur-de-lys at the hert o the reid cross.
Lincoln shown athin Lincolnshire
Coordinates: 53°13′58″N 0°32′16″W / 53.23272°N 0.537661°W / 53.23272; -0.537661Coordinates: 53°13′58″N 0°32′16″W / 53.23272°N 0.537661°W / 53.23272; -0.537661
Sovereign state Unitit Kinrick
Constituent kintra Ingland
Region East Midlands
Nan-metropolitan coonty Lincolnshire
Status Nan-metropolitan destrict, Burgh, Ceety
Admeen HQ Lincoln
Incorporatit 1 Apryle 1974
 • Teep Nan-metropolitan destrict cooncil
 • Bouk City of Lincoln Council
 • Leadership Leader & Cabinet (Labour)
 • MPs Karen Lee
 • Ceety & Burgh 35.69 km2 (13.78 sq mi)
Aurie rank 300t (o 326)
Population (2011 est.)
 • Ceety & Burgh 97,541[1]
 • Rank 247t (o 326)
 • Urban 130,200[3]
 • Metro 189,000[2]
 • Ethnicity 95.6% White
0.8% S. Asie[4]
0.8% Erse
0.5% Cheenese
0.5% African
Demonym(s) Lincolnian
Time zone GMT (UTC+0)
 • Simmer (DST) BST (UTC+1)
Postcodes LN1-LN6
Aurie code(s) 01522
ONS code 32UD (ONS)
E07000138 (GSS)
OS grid reference SK9771

Lincoln is a cathedral ceety an the coonty toun o Lincolnshire, athin the East Midlands o Ingland. The nan-metropolitan destrict o Lincoln haes a 2012 population o 94,600.[5]

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