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The magic roundabout (Magic Roundabout in English), located in Swindon (England), is a large roundabout comprising five smaller ones, built in 1972. The name derives from the children's television program of the sixties The Magic Roundabout.
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Swindon (pronounced ['sʷɪndn̩]) is a city and unitary authority in the southwest of England (United Kingdom). It is located approximately halfway between Cardiff and London, and is on the railway largest between London and Bristol.
Swindon train station is on the London Railroad, Paddington to Bristol. The authority of the administrative division has been independent of the Wiltshire authority since 1997. Swindon's nickname is "Salubritas et Industria" (meaning "health and industry" in Spanish). The citizens of Swindon are known as Swindonians.
Swindon was called an 'Expanded Town' (an Expanded Town) by the 'Town Development Act 1952' and this caused an immense increase in population. In the 2001 census, the Swindon's urban neighborhood population was 155,432, while about 184,000 lived in the administrative division, which includes the large villages of Highworth and Wroughton.