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Castle Combe, Wiltshire
England

Castle Combe is, arguably, the prettiest village in England. If you can get there before the tourists and if sports' cars aren't racing round the nearby circuit, it probably is. A number of movies have been filmed here, most famously, Dr Doolittle.

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Tags: england; summer; uk; wiltshire; village; film location; cotswolds
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