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Barcaldine Castle offers a truly unique experience. If you are looking for luxurious opulent and romantic accommodation nowhere else on the West Coast of Scotland parallels Barcaldine. This historic Scottish Castle built in the 16th century is set on the shores of Loch Creren and enjoys breathtaking views of the … more >>
1 March is St David's Day, a national holiday in Wales. St David (Dewi Sant) was a 6th century Celtic monk, abbot, and bishop, and is the patron saint of Wales. The actual flag known as St David's cross is a yellow cross on a black field.
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.
She presided over the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588
in the Domesday Book
"The king has the borough of Barnstaple. King Edward had it in demesne. There are 40 burgesses within the borough and 9 are outside the borough. Among them all they pay 40s by weight to the king and 20s by tale to the Bishop of Coutance. 23 houses have been destroyed there since the king came to England."
Londesborough, All Saints Church- Londesborough, Yorkshire, England
The church of All Saints at Londesburgh is an historian's treasure; a wonderful historic building with a plethora of intriguing artefacts and associations with the great and the good. ... more