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Want to kick off your London to Paris train trip at the longest champagne bar in Europe? Read here about the Victorian gothic hotel and London transit hub that could be your next destination.
Published by Karen Teal 80 months ago in England | +0 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 83 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 83 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 233 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 85 months ago in England | +7 votes | 3 comments
top attractions in newcastle upon tyne, england
Published by maria cristina espano 85 months ago in England | +2 votes | 0 comments
York is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. Ten places to see when visit York in England.
Published by Blossom S 85 months ago in England | +7 votes | 4 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 85 months ago in England | +1 votes | 1 comments
The climate of postmodernism generated radically different attitudes to the design of public buildings. One of the most important public buildings in Britain over the last few decades was the British Library.
Published by MJ5446 85 months ago in England | +18 votes | 11 comments
Bletchley Park is a museum dedicated to the secret decryption unit durig the war.
Published by mouse68 85 months ago in England | +0 votes | 0 comments
1066 Battle Abbey is the memorial of Battle of Hastings and was founded in Battle in 1070 by William the Conqueror.
Published by Blossom S 86 months ago in England | +6 votes | 0 comments
sights to see in Bristol
Published by maria cristina espano 86 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 86 months ago in England | +14 votes | 5 comments
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