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The Island of Jersey is a relatively small island that is only nine miles by five miles. It is a beautiful unspoiled haven that has an idyllic rural interior of narrow winding country lanes, surrounded by picturesque bays and beaches. Jersey is positioned very closely to the French coastline and this French influence can be seen in many of the road names.
The sea dominates the landscape with stunning views of the surrounding Atlantic Ocean to be had from virtually every point on the island. Jersey is a parliamentary democracy which is a dependency of the British Crown. It is a British island, but is not part of the United Kingdom. Jersey has been and still is, home to many of the rich and famous. The occupation during WW11 has left its marks on the island. Under Hitler's order, an elaborate fortification system was built, in both Jersey and Guernsey. These are still very much in evidence today. The moving story of the German occupation can be seen at the Jersey War Tunnels.
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