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Pin It 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 …

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Pin It 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 …

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Pin It 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 …

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Pin It 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 …

Mysterious Avebury

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Pin It Tweet   Over one hundred Ancient Neolithic monuments mainly stone pillars ornate the village of Avebury in Wiltshire. Grey boulders of natural rock that look like a flock of sheep in a dim light, such was the description …