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Tweet   When I visited Abingdon, I was fascinated by the originality and antiquity of this town, which is considered one of the oldest in the UK similar to Colchester, Amesbury, Ipswich or Thatcham. Some settlements in present Abingdon-on-Thames have existed …

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Tweet The ancient town of Wallingford in the Thames Valley at the foot of the Chiltern Hills was founded by Britons and until the 9th century AD was just a small village. During Saxon times, King Alfred the Great, who …

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Tweet   Mapledurham is a small village in Oxfordshire on the picturesque banks of the Thames located near Reading, it connects with the surrounding area via a small narrow winding road on which there is very little traffic, it is …

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Tweet   It is impossible to take a walk around the town of Stratford upon Avon without thinking of William Shakespeare. In this town, the birthplace of the great playwright and poet, fragments of his literary heroes’ sonnets and quotations …

The town Jerome K. Jerome called “dirty and dull”

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Tweet   Jerome K. Jerome was not very fond of the beautiful town of Reading. Maybe it was a little bit like that one hundred years ago, because, in those days the town was famous for its brothels and it’s …