England or New England?

Olde England or one of its namesakes?
New England, USA here refers to Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont
There are a lot of other places called New England, but we're not going there
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Last updated: August 26, 2021
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1. Has the University of New England
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2. Is the largest
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3. Has the Guy Fawkes River National Park
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4. Highest point is Round Mountain
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5. Has an annual Portuguese cultural festival called the Feast of the Blessed Sacrament
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6. Where the modern game of tennis was invented
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7. Birthplace of Bob Hope, Elizabeth Taylor and Keifer Sutherland
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8. Is northernmost
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9. Longest continuous occupation by humans
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10. Where the sport of volleyball was invented
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11. Has a local separatist movement that got as far as a referendum in 1967
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12. The first telephone directory was published here in 1878
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13. Has never had a witch trial
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14. Has hosted the Olympic Games
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15. The closest to another country (by Jetpunk definition of country)
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