Oxfordshire refers to the county of oxford located in the South East region of England. Oxfordshire has major education and tourist industries. The county is noted for the concentration of performance motorsport companies and facilities. One of the largest publishing and printing firms in United Kingdom, the Oxford Publishing Center is located in the county. The main center of population in the Oxfordshire is the city of Oxford. Oxfordshire was listed as a county in the early years of the 10th century and it is located on the land between the river Thames to the south The counter center contains some valuable agricultural land. The county has a completely comprehensive education system that has around 23 independent schools and 35 state schools which are from the ages of 11 to either 16 or 18.
There are also two universities, significantly the University of Oxford and the Oxford Brookes University. The county which is divided into five local government districts is currently under the control of the conservatives which is responsible for most of the strategic developments in the area. The Oxfordshire highest point of the administrative county is the White Horse Hill which is in the Vale of White Horse.
There are the dreaming spires of the Oxford University building which play a very large contribution in Oxford by being the sixth most visited city in the United Kingdom for international visitors. There is also the Bleinheim palace which is close to the Woodstock and built by great architect John Vanbrugh. The other notable building found in the Oxfordshire is the Chastleton house which is regarded as the great country mansion and is situated on the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire borders.