New-forest



noun
1.
a forest region in S England, in Hampshire: national park. 145 sq. mi. (376 sq. km).
noun
1.
a region of woodland and heath in S England, in SW Hampshire: a hunting ground of the West Saxon kings; tourist area, noted for its ponies; made into a national park in 2005. Area: 336 sq km (130 sq miles)

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