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Berwickshire (Scottish Gaelic: Siorrachd Bhearaig) is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area in southeastern Scotland, on the English border. It takes its name from Berwick-upon-Tweed, which was part of the Kingdom of Northumbria at the time of the county's formation, but became part of England in 1482 after several centuries of swapping back and forth between the two kingdoms. From 1596 to 1890 the county town was Greenlaw. However, this was changed to Duns by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1889, the act which established the system of county councils in Scotland.

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  • Berwickshire (ve skotské gaelštině Siorrachd Bhearaig), též nazývané „County of Berwick“, je bývalé skotské hrabství na východě Skotska. Bylo založeno roku 1890. Jeho správními centry byla města Berwick-upon-Tweed (od roku 1482 náležející Anglii) a .
  • Le Berwickshire ou comté de Berwick est un comté des Scottish Borders et une région de lieutenance d'Écosse, près de la frontière avec l'Angleterre. Il tient son nom de la ville de Berwick-upon-Tweed acquise par l'Angleterre en 1482, et on se réfère parfois au comté comme le Dunsshire à partir de l'ère victorienne, reflétant le fait que Duns en est devenu la capitale.
  • Contae de chuid na hAlban is ea Bearaig (Berwick as Béarla.
  • Berwickshire is een historisch graafschap in Schotland met een oppervlakte van 457 km². De hoofdplaats was Berwick, een stad die nu in het Engelse Northumberland ligt.
  • Il Berwickshire o contea di Berwick è una contea di registrazione, una area di commissione degli Scottish Borders ed un'area di luogotenenza della Scozia (Lieutenancy areas of Scotland, al confine con l'Inghilterra. La città da cui prende il nome, Berwick-upon-Tweed, venne perduta dalla Scozia a favore dell'Inghilterra nel 1482. Nel periodo vittoriano la contea venne chiamata Duns-shire o Dunsshire, poiché Duns era divenuto il capoluogo della contea.
  • O Berwickshire ou Distrito/Condado de Berwick, na Escócia, era um condado e depois um distrito, na antiga divisão política escocesa, pertencente atualmente a council area (Área de Concelho de Scottish Borders, na fronteira com a Inglaterra.
  • Berwickshire är ett ståthållarskap och grevskap i sydöstra Skottland vid Nordsjön. Området består av ett småkuperat landskap, i norra delen ligger Lammermuir Hills, med klippkust. Området är känt för fårskötsel och laxfiske i floden Tweed. Städer i grevskapet är Duns, Greenlaw, Lauder och Eyemouth.
  • 伯立克郡(英語:Berwickshire)是蘇格蘭邊區在歷史上的一個郡,名稱取自於特韋德河畔伯立克。該城曾經是蘇格蘭的一部分並且是伯立克郡的郡治,但在1482年被劃入英格蘭。在1596年至1890年期間,伯立克郡的郡治是格林勞。之後搬遷至鄧斯。
  • بيروكشير (بالإنجليزية: Berwickshire)‏ هي مقاطعة تاريخية تقع على الحدود البريطانية الاسكتلندية. يؤخذ اسمها من مقطع بيرويك-أوبون-تويد. كانت جزءاً من اسكتلندا في وقت تشكيل المقاطعة، لكنها أصبحت جزءا من إنجلترا في عام 1482. كانت المقاطعة قديماً تسمى في كثير من الأحيان "ميرس"، من اللغة الإنجليزية القديمة mǣres وتعني "الحدود". من 1596 إلى 1890 كانت مدينة من ضمن مقاطعة غرينلاو. ولكن تم تغييرها إلى دونز من قبل الحكومة المحلية في اسكتلندا من القانون الذي صدر عام 1889، وهو القانون الذي أنشأ نظام مجالس المقاطعات في اسكتلندا.
  • Berwickshire (schottisch-gälisch Siorrachd Bhearaig) ist eine der traditionellen Grafschaften Schottlands, gelegen im Südosten Schottlands an der Nordsee und der Grenze zu England. Ursprünglicher Verwaltungssitz und namensgebender Ort war die Stadt Berwick-upon-Tweed, die aber seit 1482 zu England und somit nicht mehr zu Berwickshire gehört.
  • Berwickshire (Scottish Gaelic: Siorrachd Bhearaig) is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area in southeastern Scotland, on the English border. It takes its name from Berwick-upon-Tweed, which was part of the Kingdom of Northumbria at the time of the county's formation, but became part of England in 1482 after several centuries of swapping back and forth between the two kingdoms. From 1596 to 1890 the county town was Greenlaw. However, this was changed to Duns by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1889, the act which established the system of county councils in Scotland.
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