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London, as one of the world's greatest cities with a long and colorful history, abounds with countless historic houses, a majority of which are opened to the public for receptions or meetings. Some of these historic houses have been turned into museums, where visitors can see displays that give glimpse into the lives of their famous former or even current residents. Let's take a tour to some of the historic houses located in London.
Published by Eddie Go 68 months ago in England | +8 votes | 0 comments
London's best shopping areas range from the elegant Harrods and neighboring smaller stores where jewelry and couture clothes come at the highest prices, to colorful markets such as Brick Lane and Portobello. The city is also a fertile ground for specialty shoppers: there are streets crammed with antique shops, antiquarian booksellers and art galleries. Have an enjoyable shopping experience.
Published by Eddie Go 68 months ago in England | +5 votes | 3 comments
The churches of London have a very distinct atmosphere unparalleled elsewhere in the city, and they can often yield an intimate glimpse of the past. The church towers that break the London's skyline span nearly a thousand years of the city's history. They somehow form an index of the many significant events that have shaped the city to what it is today. So, while in London, you might want to visit some of these magnificent churches of London. It will certainly worth your while.
Published by Eddie Go 68 months ago in England | +9 votes | 4 comments
To all who appreciate quality and world-class artworks, London can be just the place for you. Whether you love the old masters or contemporary art, modern sculpture or Impressionist paintings, you will certainly find an art gallery in London that will cater to your artistic taste. The abundance of exquisite artworks on exhibition in the capital city of Great Britain will most definitely inspire the most discriminating art lovers.
Published by Eddie Go 68 months ago in England | +5 votes | 1 comments
London is filled with delightfully quirky museums with historic collections that are bizarrely out of this world. These distinctive London museums offer the perfect opportunity to see lesser-known objects, to study about the stranger historical aspect of London, and to investigate into some of the city's more unusual sites. Visit these museums, and you will have an experience of a lifetime.
Published by Eddie Go 68 months ago in England | +4 votes | 0 comments
England has just one UNESCO World Heritage Site, but it is 95 miles long. The Jurassic Coast, on the southern coast of England, has rocks that date back 250 million years, and is a geologist's dream. There's plenty for the family to do, too, from Weymouth to Lulworth, ensuring that the Jurassic Coast is one of the UK's most popular tourist destinations.
Published by Gareth Cartman 70 months ago in England | +1 votes | 2 comments
‘Cheddar’ is produced all over the world and we eat more cheese called cheddar than any other cheese. But the part of England that gave Cheddar its name still produces the unique 800-year-old original, under the protection of the European Union. Check the words on the label next time you buy cheese.
Published by Leslie Kendall 70 months ago in England | +0 votes | 0 comments
The City of York in northern England has had a defensive wall dating back to the time of the Roman occupation of Britain. What remains today contains a little of what was first constructed and are more medieval than Roman although many people refer to them as being the cityÂ’s Roman Walls.
Published by John Smither 74 months ago in England | +13 votes | 2 comments
This historical look at Stilton is about the village of that name and not the famous English blue cheese.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in England | +6 votes | 1 comments
The city of Winchester in the south of England has several notable buildings of historical interest. The most famous or best renowned of these is its cathedral located in the centre of the historic city.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in England | +12 votes | 4 comments
The English town of Colchester in Essex located just to the north east of London has had many references to its existence throughout history. Here are some historical and literal facts about the town.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in England | +9 votes | 5 comments
“The Second City”, “City of a Thousand Trades” and “Workshop of the World are just some of the few titles Birmingham had earned throughout the years. And with it being a major international commercial center, it can’t be hidden that the there are best Korean restaurants in Birmingham.
Published by Rosita Barbo 76 months ago in England | +2 votes | 0 comments
Like Stonehenge, the Stone Circles of Avebury have retained a somewhat mysterious reputation. In fact, up until the 19th century, people circled the monument, or dance around the maypole, in one of the circles, possibly as a fertility ritual. There are several other ritual sites nearby, as the landscape of Avebury, is steeped in ritual context.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 81 months ago in England | +20 votes | 8 comments
Ten popular and tasty British sweets for all the ages, young and old, and past and present. If you haven't tried at least two of the sweets on the list, you may not have even truly lived.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 81 months ago in England | +19 votes | 10 comments
Quebec House is a Tudor style building and was a childhood home of James Wolfe who was killed at the peak of the battle of Quebec.
Published by Blossom S 230 months ago in England | +0 votes | 0 comments
Pevensey Castle is a classical Norman castle in England. The highlights are the Roman Fort, the Keep, the Pevensey Dungeon and the Pevensey Gun. Near to Pevensey Castle you can also visit Bayham Old Abbey and 1066 Battle Abbey.
Published by Blossom S 83 months ago in England | +7 votes | 3 comments
top attractions in newcastle upon tyne, england
Published by maria cristina espano 83 months ago in England | +2 votes | 0 comments
Jorvik Viking Centre brought Viking history alive permanently. Nearby you can also visit York Castle Museum, CliffordÂ’s Tower, York Minster and National Railway Museum, just to name a few.
Published by Blossom S 83 months ago in England | +1 votes | 1 comments
sights to see in Bristol
Published by maria cristina espano 84 months ago in England | +2 votes | 0 comments
Trafalgar Square is a quaint residential development in the industrial town of Sunderland. It was of course named after NelsonÂ’s legendary naval victory of 1805, at which 76 sailors from Sunderland were present. Surprisingly, however, SunderlandÂ’s Trafalgar Square is older than its more famous namesake; it was opened five years before LondonÂ’s Trafalgar Square was completed.
Published by MJ5446 84 months ago in England | +14 votes | 5 comments
The New Forest in England is a tourist attraction, with ponies,deer and pigs living freely in the habitat. It attracts campers and nature lovers with its beautiful scenery, trees and wildlife.
Published by Marion Caragounis 84 months ago in England | +5 votes | 7 comments
London is a beautiful city and here is a list of places which one must visit when going to London.
Published by Samuel Augustin 84 months ago in England | +0 votes | 1 comments
The much awaited Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine \\\"Kate\\\" Middleton set on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey, London. Get to know more about the wedding details and about the engaged couple.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 84 months ago in England | +20 votes | 4 comments
HMS Victory is The best known and best loved ship in Britain connecting Lord Horatio Nelson and Battle of Trafalgar. HMS Victory model ships is a perfect souvenir you can get at your HMS Victory tour.
Published by Blossom S 89 months ago in England | +8 votes | 6 comments
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Published by Petal 89 months ago in England | +19 votes | 7 comments
England is a historically and culturally abundant country, and as a result, is filled with hundreds of architecturally and physically beautiful buildings - houses, castles, and palaces ranging from all sizes and styles. All of these 13 historically grand, diverse, and fascinating palaces are great places to visit, most of them are open for the public to enjoy, and some of them are even open free of charge.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 91 months ago in England | +26 votes | 8 comments
Set in Kent's beautiful parkland, Leeds Castle is a brilliant blend of heritage and history that transports visitors into a whole new world.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 95 months ago in England | +26 votes | 15 comments
London's Heathrow Airport is the U.K's largest airport and the busiest passenger traffic airport in the world.Facts about London heathrow Airport. LHR.
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in England | +13 votes | 3 comments
A guide to the London Borough of Greenwich.The UNESCO World Heritage Site and soon to be Royal Borough of the London Borough of Greenwich is the home of the Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Mean time.
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in England | +13 votes | 3 comments
A guide to many of London's tourist attractions, how to get to many of Londons tourist attractions, London landmarks guide, London iconic buildings guide and London boroughs guide.Finding your way around the London tourist attractions, finding the right tube stations for various London attractions
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in England | +6 votes | 3 comments
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Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in England | +12 votes | 25 comments
london Guide.The London Eye is London's premier location for a bird's eye view of the city.Visit the London Eye.The London Eye is also known as the Millenium Wheel.
Published by DeeBee 97 months ago in England | +5 votes | 4 comments
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