The Assembly Rooms are a set of elegant rooms open to the public and located in the heart of the world heritage City of Bath at Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH UK. ...more on Wikipedia about "Assembly Rooms"
Bath Abbey is the last in a series of monastic churches built in Bath and is still in active use. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bath Abbey"
Brean Down Fort was built on Brean Down near Weston-super-Mare, Somerset between 1864 and 1871 on the recommendations of the ...more on Wikipedia about "Brean Down Fort"
Cadbury Castle is a hill fort near the village of South Cadbury in Somerset, England, five miles north west of Yeovil at . The fort is one of the best known of the sites associated with mythic Arthurian England, and the legends of Camelot. The summit is 150 metres (500 ft) above sea level, and the hill is surrounded by four terraced earthwork walls and a stand of trees. Excavation at and around the site has discovered iron age, Roman and Saxon artefacts. The limestone hill is situated on the southern edge of the Somerset Levels, with flat lowland to the north. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cadbury Castle, Somerset"
Claverton Pumping Station is a pumping station, located in the village of Claverton in the English county of Somerset, which pumps water from the River Avon to the Kennet and Avon Canal using power from the flow of the Avon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Claverton Pumping Station"
Clevedon Pier is a seaside pier in the town of Clevedon, on the English side of the estuary of the river Severn. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clevedon Pier"
Cleveland Bridge is a listed building located in the world heritage site of Bath, England. It is notable for the unusual lodges that adorn each corner in a style that has been likened to miniature Greek temples. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cleveland Bridge"
The County Cricket Ground, is a cricket venue in Taunton, England. It is home to Somerset County Cricket Club. ...more on Wikipedia about "County Cricket Ground, Taunton"
Glastonbury Abbey in Glastonbury, Somerset, England, now presents itself as "traditionally the oldest above-ground Christian church in the world" situated "in the mystical land of Avalon" by dating the founding of the community of monks at A.D. 63, the legendary visit of Joseph of Arimathea, who was supposed to have brought the Holy Grail and planted the Glastonbury Thorn. Even the skeptic finds much else to admire about Glastonbury's evocative ruins and its splendid documented history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glastonbury Abbey"
The Mendip TV Mast is a 922-foot (281 m) tall television broadcasting mast. The mast is situated on the summit of Pen Hill (on the Mendip Hills of Somerset in England, National Grid Reference ST 564488) at 1002 feet (305 metres) above sea level. The mast was built in 1967 and weighs around 500 tonnes. It is painted white, with the top section painted an orange red and can be seen for miles around. The white paint however is fast peeling from the central sections and the brighter colours at the top are fading, and is currently being repainted and this work should be complete in 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mendip TV Mast"
The Roman Baths are a tourist attraction and historical place of interest in the English city of Bath. (For Roman baths in general, see Thermae.) They are a very well preserved Roman site of public bathing, and have become a major tourist attraction. ...more on Wikipedia about "Roman Baths"
South Cadbury in Somerset is a hilltop archaeological site covering an area of around 8ha, 12km northeast of Yeovil and near the historical hillfort Cadbury Castle. ...more on Wikipedia about "South Cadbury"
Stanton Drew is a small village in North Somerset, England, situated in the Mendip Hills eight miles south of Bristol. The village is famous for its prehistoric monuments. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stanton Drew"
The Taunton Stop Line was a World War II defensive line in southwest England. The stop line was designed "to stop an enemy's advance from the west and in particular a rapid advance supported by armoured fighting vehicles (up to the size of a German medium tank) which may have broken through the forward defences." ...more on Wikipedia about "Taunton Stop Line"
The Circus is a famous Georgian feature in the city of Bath, begun in 1754 and completed in 1768. The name comes from the Latin word 'circus', which means a ring, oval or circle. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Circus (Bath)"
Wells Cathedral is a cathedral in Wells, Somerset, the second smallest cathedral city in England, since the City of London has a smaller resident population. It is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells. Picturesque Wells is a popular tourist attraction. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wells Cathedral"
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