New Zealand, Buckinghamshire
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New Zealand is a hamlet in the civil parish of Aylesbury (where the 2011 Census population was included), Buckinghamshire, England, on the A413 heading out to the north of Aylesbury town centre. It gained its name from a breed of cow that was supposedly farmed there. It has been swallowed up by the urban growth of Aylesbury, but a pub of the same name remains today.
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