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Beaghmore Stone Circles

Blackrock Rd, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, BT80 9PA
The Beaghmore stone circles and cairns date back to the late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age periods around 2,000-1,200 BC. They were discovered quite recently in or arround 1942 and their magnitude went largely unnoticed…

Blue Men of Minch

Pier Road, Lower Baybie, Isle of Lewis, Scotland, United Kingdom, HS2 0QD
Legend tells of a race of strange sea-creatures that live off the coast of the Isle of Lewis. Known as the Blue Men of Minch they are said to hunt in the stretch of sea…

Boscobel House & The Royal Oak

Offoxey Rd (just off), Brewood, Bishop's Wood, Shropshire, England, UK – ST19 9AR
Once there was a tree that saved the life of a king.  Located just inside the town of Shropshire, Boscobel House was originally built as a farmhouse during the mid 16th century, and was later…

Bowhill House

Duchess Drive, Bowhill, Selkirkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, TD7 5ET
The original residence was built three miles west of Selkik by Lord Bowhill in 1708. The house and land was bought by Francis, 2nd Duke of Buccleuch, for his son Lord Charles Scott in 1747.…

Breamore House

Breamore Park, Breamore, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom, SP6 2DF
Breamore House is a gabled Elizabethan manor located near to the town of Fordingbridge and overlooking the Avon Valley. It was rebuilt in 1583 by William Dodington who had purchased the original manorial estate from…
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