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10 Splendid Stone Circles in Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the six Celtic nations which include Brittany, the Isle of Man, Wales, Scotland and Brittany. Cornwall has been inhibited since as early as the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods. The Dumnonii...

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10 Pretty Parks in Plymouth

Plymouth is the Ocean City of England. The famous Mayflower ship left this port for its iconic voyage to New England.  Plus Sir Francis Drake made his first voyage from these shores as well! SeePlaces will...

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Sutton Hoo – Burial grounds

One of the greatest finds in British history was waiting for England as she was on the brink of war! Come travel to Sutton Hoo and discover the burial grounds of a Great Anglo-Saxon...

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The Royal Victoria Park – Welcome

Located in the historical city of Bath, The Royal Victoria Park has welcomed all onto its vast lawns and open waterways. Opened in 1830 by the 11 year old Princess Victoria, this park will...

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Kew Gardens – A modern marvel

Kew Gardens is one of England’s top tourist attractions, with over two million visitors each year! It is a wonderful place to spend a day, whether you’re a fan of flowers or fantastic architecture,...

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Finsbury Circus – Past and Present

Finsbury Circus is the oldest and largest park in London. Created in 1812, this park has seen almost all of London’s history as we know it today and is currently being transformed into London’s...

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City of Caves – Underground Labyrinth

The City of caves in Nottingham is one of the most fascinating system of caves in the world! There are 544 caves in the area and according to experts there are still many more...

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Cirencester Park

Situated to the west of the town, Cirencester Park is a superb example of a forest style garden and is well worth a visit, it can be reached via Church Street and Cecily Hill....

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Avebury Neolithic Stone Circle

Located in the rural heart of Wiltshire is one of the oldest and most mysterious ancient monuments in Britain. Older than Stonehenge , the Avebury Neolithic Stone circle is the largest in the world...