One Hundred & One Beautiful Towns in Great Britain (101 Beautiful Small Towns)

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A sequel to the extremely successful One Hundred & One Beautiful Small Towns in Italy as well as One Hundred & One Beautiful Small Towns in France, this book is an unique photographic trip of one of the most attractive towns in every area of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and also Wales. The communities of Britain’s countryside are amongst the most captivating and also the same in Europe’s background. Readers will certainly wish to wander the countryside: from the Norman castle communities of the southeast to the amazing Roman architecture of Bath and St. Albans, as well as from Celtic home ranches in the Scottish bogs to the stone and iron towns of the Welsh boundaries and the north, One Hundred & One Beautiful Small Towns in Great Britain is as much regarding the history of the Isles as it has to do with their beauty today. Tom Aiken’s significant as well as informative text not only draws attention to visual, all-natural, and also building points of interest in every area, yet likewise gives birth to the background of each area, from Shakespeare’s Stratford-on-Avon to the royal Cowes, the reclusive abbeys of Yorkshire to prehistoric Ireland, as well as from the Pagan past of the Scottish Highlands to the tales of Roman Britain. A detailed appendix gives traveling tips and also details as well as areas for hotels, dining establishments, and stores of passion in all the communities. Whether you’re an elbow chair traveler or an Anglo-phile preparation yet an additional trip, this volume is the overview of the varied heritage and covert prizes of Britain.