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Tweet Malmesbury town will not seem boring and provincial after reading its story. The town is located at the confluence of two streams from the River Avon and the unusually picturesque banks lend a unique charm to the town. The …

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Tweet The County of Gloucestershire is unique with it’s three areas of natural beauty: The ancient Royal Forest of Dean, the Cotswold Hills and the river Severn valley the longest in Britain, where the city of Gloucester, is nestling between …

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Tweet Novodevichy Convent built in the Moscovite Baroque on the river Moscow, is also known as Bogoroditse-Smolensky Monastery, built in 1524 it is probably one of the most beautiful monasteries ever built in the whole of Russia. The building is …

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Tweet Odiham in Hampshire is a very pretty village were there is a ruin of an old castle from 13th century. It is one of three castles, built for King John of England (known as John Lackland) from 1207 to …

Lacock in Wiltshire

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Tweet   This is one of many ancient villages protected from modern development. Lacock reminded me of similar villages I visited like Castle Combe and Bibury, which was named the most attractive village in Britain. All these villages have a …