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Lower Slaughter Fiery Dawn
England

The picturesque Cotswold village of Lower Slaughter is not named after some ghastly middle age massacre, but apparently from the Old English “slough” meaning a wet land.

The River Eye flows through the village, it is a very beautiful river best visited on a summers day.

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Copyright: John pollock
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送信日: 17/04/2009
更新日: 08/04/2012
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