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Lulworth Koyu (England)

Lulworth Koyu (England)

Lulworth Cove in Dorset is a stunning, scallop-shaped cove which was formed approximately 10,000 years ago by the power of water. The landscape around the cove is constantly changing – it continues to evolve behind a narrow Portland Stone entrance whilst the softer chalk exposures 

Hadrian Duvarı (England

Hadrian Duvarı (England

The Hadrian’s Wall or Roman Wall is a set made of stone during the Roman Empire, which divides modern England into two in the east-west direction. The wall is the second of the three fortifications built in England. Gask Ridge is the province and Antonine 

Leeds Castle (England)

Leeds Castle (England)

Visitors never forget their first breath-taking vision of Leeds Castle in Kent, rising majestically from the moat as it has done for over 900 years. With 500 acres of beautiful parkland and formal gardens, daily events and year round attractions, it’s not just the glorious 

York Minster (England)

York Minster (England)

The first York Minster dates back to the year 627. Bishop Paulinus accompanied the Christian princess Ethelburga of Kent when she came north to marry Edwin of Northumbria. Edwin was convinced to convert to Christianity, and Paulinus baptised him in a church especially constructed for 

Eden Project (England)

Eden Project (England)

Eden Project (“Paradise Project”), St. Austell is a large-scale environmental complex in Cornwall, United Kingdom. Project complexes planned by Tim Smit were designed by Nicholas Grimshaw in 1996 and opened to the public on March 17, 2001. Soon afterwards he began to attract tourists to 

Londra zoo (England)

Londra zoo (England)

London Zoo is the world’s oldest zoo. [1] On 27 April 1828 the capital of the United Kingdom opened in London. [2] It is anticipated that the species that bring it here when it is first opened will be used for scientific purposes. However, it 

Tate Modern (England)

Tate Modern (England)

Tate Modern The capital of the United Kingdom is a museum of national and international modern art in London. Tate Britain, along with Tate Liverpool, Tate St Ives and Tate Online, are also referred to simply as Tate. history The art galleries in which Tate 

National Gallery (England)

National Gallery (England)

National Gallery, founded in London in 1824, has a collection of more than 2,300 pieces. The building is located in Trafalgar Square. The museum has many paintings in the thirteenth century during the twentieth century. The collection is owned by the people of the United 

Peak District (England)

Peak District (England)

Peak District, the highest mountain in the UK to the south of the end of the Pennine Mountains. The large diversity area divides the inside of Dark Peak into two. The Peak District National Park was the first national park in England in 1951. It 

Aziz Paul Katedrali (England)

Aziz Paul Katedrali (England)

St. Paul’s Cathedral or Sen Paul’s Cathedral (English: St. Paul’s Cathedral) is the center of England’s capital, the Anglican cathedral in London and the Bishop of London. The cathedral building serving today dates back to the 17th century. If the ruins are not restructured, this