The Isle of Wight is almost the smallest county in the country (after Rutland). It measures 23 miles from east to west, and 131/4 from north to south, giving a total area (including inland water) of 94,146 acres, or 147 square miles. The Island is divided into two boroughs – Medina & South Wight, with Newport as the all-Island capital, although Ryde is the largest town.

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Six Wonders of the Isle of Wight

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