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Kenilworth is a town and civil parish in Warwickshire, England, about 5.5 miles southwest of Coventry, 4 miles north of Warwick and 90 miles northwest of London. The town is on Finham Brook, a tributary of the River Sowe, which joins the River Avon about 2 miles east of the centre of the town. The 2001 Census recorded a parish population of 23,219. Kenilworth is notable for the extensive ruins of Kenilworth Castle. Other local sights include the ruins of Kenilworth Abbey in Abbey Fields park, St Nicholas' Parish Church and Kenilworth Clock.
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a Warwickshire market-town, 5 m. N. of Warwick; noted for its castle, where, as described by Scott in his novel of the name, Leicester sumptuously entertained Elizabeth in 1575; has some tanworks, tanning being the chief industry.
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