Shrewsbury is a city in England, the County town of Shropshire, on the navigable river Severn. The second largest city in the ceremonial County of Shropshire, after Telford). Railway junction connecting a number of lines between England and the North and Middle Wales.
In 1074 the city was given to Roger de Montgomery, who built the castle, later was founded and the Abbey. In 1403 the battle took place in Shrewsbury between Henry IV and Henry “Hotspur Percy. In the later middle Ages Shrewsbury became famous as a centre of wool trade, but later came to the comparative decline.
In Shrewsbury comparatively well preserved historical center of the city, as it almost did not suffer from raids by the Luftwaffe during the Second world war, and he did not require adjustment.
In the Shrewsbury-born Charles Darwin. At one time in the British Parliament by a Deputy from Shrewsbury was Benjamin Disraeli