Keswick is a small town in the district of Allerdale in the County of Cumbria, England. The city is located near lake Bassenthwaite in the lake district National Park. The name of the city refers to the 13th century and originally sounded like “Kesewic”, which means “farm where cheese is made”. With 1276 in the city every Saturday is a market. In the 16th century in Keswick nachili to produce the world’s first graphite pencils. Pencil industry developed in the town until 2008, until the company moved to Workington on the Irish sea coast. Keswick was the first place in the UK where the police used their protective equipment.
Today, the majority of Keswick enterprises associated with tourism, as tens of thousands of people visit the area annually. Many guests come to Quest at the annual film festival, which opened in 2006. The city also hosts the annual beer festival, which is held in the first weekend of July. In this beautiful small town you can visit many interesting museums, including the Museum of automobile engines, a rock Museum and many more. And the pencil Museum, you will learn the history of the origin and development of these products. Kosice works in the famous Theatre by the lake. It is located in one of the most gorgeous landscapes on the shores Derwentwater. Keswick is a wonderful place to stay. It is for its majestic mountains and picturesque landscape, and is perfect for all outdoor activities.