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Situated just seven miles from Heathrow airport this unique property and Historic Monument is a Grade One listed building dating from 1550 and retains a plethora of original features. Its past is evident in the mullioned windows, tall chimneys, Saxon moat, which surrounds three sides of formal gardens complete with … more >>
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He was one of the two famous 'Princes in the Tower'
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"a pretty neat market town, it stands on a hill yet you descend a vast hill to get to it, which you would thinke impossible to go down and we was forced to fetch a great compass, and by reason of the steepness and hazard of the Wayes - if you take a wrong way there is no passing - you are forced to have guides as in all parts of Darbyshire..."
Windmill Hill- Avebury, Wiltshire, England
The most famous of the causewayed camps, it even gave its name to the culture which created them. It may have been used as a communal gathering-place, and for religious observances. ... more