Pub culture in England
In the long wanderings around London you will visit a crazy thought in the spirit of the heroes of Woodhouse, looking like this: "And it would be nice to mix…

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Britain. Tour to the island of Jersey
If you talk about what is good island of Jersey, it is best to start not with what it is, and with what is not here. There is no unemployment,…

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The picturesque Arch Durdle-Dor
Speaking of the Jurassic coast, it is worth mentioning such a picturesque place as Durdle-Dore. This natural limestone arch is a popular tourist attraction on the English Channel coast in…

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Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol

Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of the most beautiful engineering structures in the world. It is located in the suburb of Bristol, UK. The bridge spans the Avon Gorge and connects Clifton in Bristol with Lee Woods in North Somerset. The bridge crosses the Avon River, its total length is 230 meters, and the span over the river is 190 meters. This is a single-lane road bridge, which does not prevent it from being a popular destination for travelers. All day and night you can meet here an infinite number of tourists with cameras, and just couples in love. Continue reading

Odiham Castle and its role in history

King John of the Landless is believed to have stayed at this 13th-century castle before setting off to sign the Magna Carta. Odiham Castle, or King John’s Castle, as the locals call him, is a medieval castle built in the 13th century. The ruins of an octagonal fortress – one of the three fortresses built by the king during his reign, now stand next to the newly built Basingstoke Canal. Continue reading

The History Of Wales

Wales is described as one of the oldest countries in the world where there is evidence of human habitation up to 200,000 years old. European Celts, who arrived in Wales around 600 BC, brought with them the famous Welsh distinctive features, manifested in the speech, hospitality and rich imagination of the locals. The subsequent stay here the Romans entered into myths as a period of good governance. Perhaps the feeling has arisen due to the chaos of the next period, when Wales was captured by Irish pirates and Scots (representatives of the tribes of the Britons). The Christian religion was brought here in the 5th century from Ireland. The first and most famous Christian educator and Baptist of the local population was the monk Davy (this name later under Norman influence turned into David, who became the main Saint of Wales). Early Christianity was superimposed on a strictly observed system of Celtic beliefs, in which its sacred springs, saints and hermits were revered. Continue reading

Needles Isle of Wight
Needles on the Isle of Wight is an impressive limestone geological formation located in the western part of the Isle of Wight, England. Three rocks pointed at the top lined…

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Britain. London cuisine: all about fish & chips
You know how Sizzling and shkvorchit oil, when he is throwing are covered in the test fish? Most likely, Yes. If not, you can get acquainted with this sound in…

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The History Of Wales
Wales is described as one of the oldest countries in the world where there is evidence of human habitation up to 200,000 years old. European Celts, who arrived in Wales…

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England Attractions
In this compilation, I decided to summarize all of our most popular materials on England. Here I will tell about the most famous sights of this country, naturally, with reference…

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A four-day tour of London. Blitz tour!
Tour to London: four days in London! British visa allows you to stay in the country for six months, but nothing can be done — in the schedule of my…

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