There is something quite enticing about heading to a national park and giving yourself the chance to explore, relax, breathe in the fresh air and revel in the serenity afforded to you from the tranquil setting in which you find yourself.
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THE ICONIC Iron Bridge in Shropshire, England, has been lit up as part of a £3.6 million conservation project. The structure is the first bridge in the world to be made of iron and as the forebear of modern metal framed buildings, is the worldwide symbol of the industrial revolution.
The Tower of London inspires many reactions: awe, horror, and intrigue. Here are seven facts you may not know about the iconic British fortress.
The Park View development, nestled in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, features a series of one and two bedroom apartments alongside two, three, four and five-bedroom homes.
London is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in the world. Touted as one of the biggest cities in the UK, the country has a lot to offer to its travelers. From museums, cuisines, theatres, and of course restaurants, there are many places to visit in the city. Another highlight of this gorgeous destination is it’s very well developed transportation.
The preservation of Bath’s architectural heritage shows that conservation needs to be a concerted and long-standing effort by public and private participants…
There are dozens of fee-paying primary and secondary schools in Tatler’s guide, available in the October edition of the magazine, but here FEMAIL shares a selection of the most awe-inspiring.
A daredevil who used a jet pack to fly through the arch at a popular UK tourist attraction has been blasted for his “extremely dangerous” stunt.
Discover mysterious Stonehenge on a half-day tour from London. Explore the prehistoric stone circle site at your own pace with an audio guide.
The Georgian city of Bath, two hours west of London on a good run, makes a perfect weekend destination. Big enough to provide top-grade culture yet small enough to remain intimate, the city’s mellow pale-stone buildings and pleasingly symmetrical architecture of sweeping crescents and stately terraces is instantly uplifting.
Source: How to spend 48 hours in Bath
Why Were This Ancient Scottish Tomb’s Chambers Built Upside Down?; Nora McGreevy; Smithsonian Magazine
New research suggests the inverted designs seen at Maeshowe were designed to ensure passage into the underworld…
Liverpool has launched the UK’s first heritage-led development plan to help shape a multi-billion pound regeneration programme in its historic docklands.
Kent Online takes a look into its archives to see how much has changed over the decades.
The only natural UNESCO World Heritage Site in the UK, the area is home to a range of species…
Council-approved zip line attraction in Liverpool officially nixed; Matt Hickman; Architect’s Newspaper
A week after preservationists raised concerns over a zip line that would cut through the heart of historic Liverpool, the project has been canceled.
The stunning World Heritage Site city just a few miles from the sea that’s only 53 minutes from London; Lucy Skoulding; My London
Explore some of Wales’ most historic sites from the comfort of your own home; Dylan Davies; Aberystwyth Today
A PIONEERING project running throughout September will allow people to explore some of Wales’ most historic sites without having to leave their home.