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A unique hotel nestling in the heart of the beautiful Cumbria, just 15 minutes yet a million miles away from the vibrant City of Carlisle, this magnificent Grade II listed hotel provides the finest luxury coupled with discreet yet friendly service from the resident owners and their team.The perfect place … more >>
Our look at the lives of famous people in the fields
of art, architecture, science, and literature throughout
British history. From Chaucer to Tennyson, Christopher
Wren to William Shakespeare.
The story of English architecture and historic building
styles, from prehistoric monuments to Victorian Gothic,
with our suggestions for the best examples from each
period to visit in England.
From the Romans to the Blitz, our look at the colourful
history of London.
"Newark is a very neate Stone built town the market place is very large and look'd fine, just by it is the Great Church which is large and with a very high Spire, there is prayers twice a day in it; there remaines the holes in the Church walls that the bulets made which werre shott into the town in the Siege laid to it by the Parl;iament army in the Civil Warrs; the Castle was then demolish'd so that only the ruinated walls remaine which is washed by a very pretty river."
Margaret Clitherow's House- York, Yorkshire, England
A small medieval house on The Shambles is the location of St Margaret Clitherow's House. Clitherow was executed at the height of anti-Catholicism in Elizabethan England for harbouring a priest and refusing to abjure her faith. The house thought to have been hers is now a shrine. ... more