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Places of interest
Several months that as a college student I have spent in England, I used not only to gather some life experiences and to improve my CV but also to learn about interesting places. One of them was a beautiful water castle known as Bodiam Castle.
Bristol is a large English city and an unitary authority where live around 400, one million people respectively.
A fort of the Taff. This is the meaning of the name of the capital of Wales, which is a major part of the kingdom of Great Britain. About 3 million people live in Wales.
Among the most visited castles in Great Britain is traditionally Hever Castle. Thanks for its glorious history, but undoubtedly also because it lies almost on the way to London.
The town of Folkestone in the past few important fishing village on the coast of the Channel (sometimes called the Dover Strait). Change came to the early 19th century, when there built railway station and the port through which the ferries trains were directed to the European mainland (to the French port of Boulogne).
In the second part of the miniseries about above average aircrafts we imagine those whose brief history we have introduced. Anglo - French Concorde.
British beaches are not exactly the place where we can spend hot summer days by the ocean, for the Anguilla yes. And what's wrong with it then have?
In the UK you can see many buildings, which gives a deep admiration. One of them is the famous chapel of King's College Chapel, which today's article will be about.
Bermuda Island - this is a target of our today's journey, visiting the smallest exotic states of the world. What about are offering these small islands, and how is standard of living there? And what about famous mystery of so called "Bermuda Triangle"?
Vatican, Monaco, or Nairo? To tell the truth, the smallest state and nation is really the Sea Mini-Principality not far from Great Britain!
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