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The Roman Baths Bath Uk

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A: Roman Baths West Entrance

Por Markus Matern, 40 metros de distância

This panorama shows the West entrance of the roman baths in Bath. The roman baths were built 43 BC an...

Roman Baths West Entrance

B: Bath Abbey courtyard by Jon Mills

Por Jon Mills, 40 metros de distância

A church has occupied this spot in the Roman Town of Bath since 757AD. The current building was found...

Bath Abbey courtyard by Jon Mills

C: the-pumproom-abbey-bath-somerset-england

Por Richard Hart, 40 metros de distância

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D: Bath Abbey

Por John Willetts ARPS, 50 metros de distância

Roman reenactors parading outside Bath Abbey. The Abbey is the only remaining part of a huge mediaeva...

Bath Abbey

E: rabbit-bath-abbey-somerset-england

Por Richard Hart, 50 metros de distância

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F: bath-cathedral-somerset

Por Richard Hart, 60 metros de distância

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G: Bath Abbey

Por Bernhard Vogl, 90 metros de distância

Bath Abbey

H: Damien Hirst sculpture at Bath Abbey by David Hedges

Por Jon Mills, 100 metros de distância

Damien Hirst’s ‘St Bartholomew, Exquisite Pain’ in the St Alphege Chapel, Bath Abbey (bronze sculptur...

Damien Hirst sculpture at Bath Abbey by David Hedges

I: Bath Abbey

Por Markus Matern, 100 metros de distância

Bath Abbey

J: Bathspa

Por Richard Hart, 120 metros de distância

Bathspa

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