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Re: Londonist: Anglo Saxon London Map: Updated

PHeymont ·
Those Londonist folks are great to know about...I wonder if there are similar projects for other cities (of course...I'm thinking Paris).
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Re: Londonist: Anglo Saxon London Map: Updated

PortMoresby ·
Take your pick, here .
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JetBlue's evolution: now it's into haute cuisine

PHeymont ·
JetBlue, originally noted for blue corn chips and friendly service on its one-class flights seems to be headed in a whole new direction.   In addition to recently adding its business-class "Mint" service on longer flights, it now charges for...
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Oct. 24, 2017: Whorlton, North Yorkshire, hidden historic gem

Paul Hunter Landscape Tog ·
Paul Hunter shares some of the visual treasures of a visit to the abandoned hamlet of Whorlton in the North York Moors National Park.
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June 13, 2017: Ornate Interior and Yorkshire Stone

Paul Hunter Landscape Tog ·
All Saints Church in Northallerton, England is a treasure hidden in plain sight, and revealed by the camera of Paul Hunter.
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Bamburgh Castle, England

Ian Cook ·
  Built on a dolerite outcrop, the location was previously home to a fort of the native Britons known as ''Din Guarie'' and may have been the capital of the British kingdom of the region from the realm's foundation in c.420 until 547, the year of...
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Whitcombe Church, Dorchester.

Mac ·
William Barnes, Dorset's own beloved poet and scholar, was curate of this beautiful church at Whitcombe, just outside Dorchester, England. The church is no longer used but remains consecrated. The site of Whitcombe church has been in use since the...
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Walking in England: The Kennet & Avon Canal

PortMoresby ·
My discovery of the Kennet & Avon Canal was a revelation. Id been confronted with a dilemma, the fact that I loved walking in the English countryside but had come to the conclusion that I could no longer take on the hills comfortably. Bath is the end point of more than 100 miles of the Cotswold Way and Id completed it in 3 trips. The last section left me wondering if my walking days were over, having had some tortuous ascents and descents and...
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Chester Cathedral, England

PHeymont ·
Chester Cathedral isn't the oldest, largest, or most famous but PHeymont calls it one of the most beautiful...and with a most fascinating history.
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North Yorkshire Churches: History within (and without)

Paul Hunter Landscape Tog ·
Paul Hunter takes us on a tour of some of the many ancient churches of North Yorkshire, revealing a colourful history often spanning many eras.
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April 17, 2019: Church of St Gregory, Kirknewton, Northumberland.

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares a visit to a lovely small church in northeastern England, near the Scottish border.
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Londonist: Anglo Saxon London Map: Updated

PortMoresby ·
Londonist again. For you who enjoy gleaning a sense of what came before in places you visit, have a look at Londonist's Anglo Saxon map of London. In their words, "a map showing the London area in Anglo Saxon times (roughly speaking, 500-1066AD). It’s pieced together from many resources, showing our guess at the roads, rivers, forests and marshland that characterised the region. The main purpose was to highlight the many villages, hamlets and farmsteads whose names are still part of modern...
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Romania-top 10 destinations of 2014

Former Member ·
Hi guys, hey travellers, i just saw an article about the Top 10 Destinations of 2014 and i was surprised to see that Romania is number 3 on this top. Isn't this just wonderful? I live in Romania and It cheers me up just to see my country in any top,...
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