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Bath, Widcombe. Prior Park Cottages.

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These delightful, and now very valuable,  houses were built to accommodate the lower classes: servants, shop assistants, factory workers etc.

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A: Bath, Widcombe. Prior Park Buildings.

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此处60远

This is one of Bath's hidden treasures, mainly hidden by the road by the trees. If you're fit, poor (...

Bath, Widcombe. Prior Park Buildings.

B: Bath, Widcombe. Hector.

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此处340远

This hillside pasture is less than a mile from Bath City Centre. Hector, the ram, is not a very frien...

Bath, Widcombe. Hector.

C: Bath, Widcombe. The Golden House.

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此处520远

Widcombe Manor has got some fascinating stories. It was the setting for a popular early 20th Century ...

Bath, Widcombe. The Golden House.

D: Broad Quay Bridge

摄影师Bernhard Vogl, 距离此处570远

Broad Quay Bridge

E: Bath, The Abbey Cemetery.

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此处590远

This place is definitely spooky. It was the first cemetery in the world where the dead were disposed ...

Bath, The Abbey Cemetery.

F: bath-cathedral-somerset

摄影师Richard Hart, 距离此处700远


G: Biodiversity

摄影师Jeffrey Martin, 距离此处710远


H: rabbit-bath-abbey-somerset-england

摄影师Richard Hart, 距离此处720远


I: Bath Abbey

摄影师John Willetts ARPS, 距离此处720远

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

Bath Abbey

J: Bath Abbey courtyard by Jon Mills

摄影师Jon Mills, 距离此处720远

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

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