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Haworth (pronounced "How-worth") is a village in the county of West Yorkshire in the north of England; it's nowadays part of the city of Bradford. It's famous as the place where the Brontë sisters grew up and wrote their novels . . . and all too soon died. As a result, Haworth and its surroundings draw in millions of visitors each year: you'll even see signage in Japanese.
The modern village of Haworth has grown up in the valley near the railway and A629 main road. The historic core of it, or "Brontë village", is atop the west flank of the valley.
Haworth lies at the heart of Brontë Country - the tourist phrase for those locations associated with the three sisters. They're scattered across a broad swathe of northern England; only those close to Haworth are described on this page.


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