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a yellow building with lots of windows and plants growing on it's side walk
Bellasecretgarden
England
a stone wall on the side of a hill with grass and rocks in front of it
Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland, England
purple flowers in the foreground with hills in the background and clouds in the sky
Wander the wood
Roseberry Topping, North Yorkshire, England by Ian Burton
the words, 19 delightful english towns everyone should visit once are in white overlays
19 Delightful English Towns Everyone Should Visit Once
19 Delightful English Towns Everyone Should Visit Once
a stone wall next to a body of water with green hills in the background and grass growing on both sides
Dried Stone Wall
derbyshire, england
a dirt road surrounded by trees and grass
An evening walk
An evening walk
a stone wall and gate leading to a lush green field
Evening walk
Winster, Derbyshire
an aerial view of the coastline and town
tassels
Cornwall,
a river running through a lush green forest covered in leaves and rocks at sunset with the sun setting on the horizon
Top 10 Best Places To Visit in Great Britain
Top 10 Best Places To Visit in Great Britain Yorkshire dales national park
a field full of red flowers with a castle in the background
Ely Cathedral across the fields by Andrew Sharpe at PicturesofEngland.com
Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire.
an old cobblestone street in front of a building with a green door and window
Content in a Cottage
The Crooked House of Windsor - The Oldest Teahouse in England
a stone house with a thatched roof surrounded by greenery and shrubs in front of it
Cotswold Thatched Cottage by Brian Jannsen
Thatched roof cottage in Chipping-Campden, Gloucestershire, England. © Brian Jannsen Photography
the sun is shining on an old church
Tintern Abbey | Cadw
Beams of light illuminate the ruins of Tintern Abbey ~ Tintern, Monmouthshire, Wales.
a poster with different types of boats on it
How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English? - LifeHack
How Does London Vocabulary Compare With US English?
a group of small buildings sitting on top of a white floor next to each other
A six metre high ceramic installation created for the V&A by artist Barnaby Barford will be displayed in the Museum’s Medieval & Renaissance Galleries from 8th September to 1st November 2015.