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Chesterton Windmill

Windmill Hill Lane, Chesterton Green, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, CV33 9LB
Considered to be one of the most important and famous landmarks of Warwickshire, this extraordinary building was originally constructed in 1632, thus making it the oldest stone windmill in Britain. It is believed to have…

Carn Brea Castle

Carn Ln, Carnkie, Redruth, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, TR16 6SL
Carn Brea Castle was first built around 1379 AD as a chapel to St. Michael and is perched on the ominous grey boulders of the eastern tor of Carn Brea Hill. Around 1790 the building…

Cashtal yn Ard

Corna, Glen mona Road, Cornaa, Isle of Man, United Kingdom, IM7 1EX
Cashtal yn Ard is a excellent example of a Neolithic Horned barrow (long barrow) and possible the largest in Britain. The original cairn was approximately 120 feet long and 45 feet wide. Although the outer…

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Eleventrees Road, Keswick, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, CA12 4RN
Castlerigg stone circle is located near the town of Keswick and is considered to be one of the best megalithic monuments in Northern England.  At the centre of a natural amphitheatre is offers magnificent views…

Anglesey Abbey

Quy Road, Lode, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom, CB25 9EJ
Anglesey Abbey was originally an Augustinian priory built around 1120AD . It was disbanded in 1535 as part of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Around 1600AD it was converted into a country house and the…

Cardoness Castle

B796, Gatehouse of Fleet, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, DG7 2EJ
Originally constructed on a rocky outcrop that once jutted out into the River Fleet estuary, this six storey fortified tower house definitely put defence ahead of comfort. It was probably built around 1474AD by the…

Carisbrooke Castle

Castle Hill, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, England, United Kingdom, PO30 1XY
Parts of Carisbrooke Castle may date back to pre-roman times. The site is mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle with a reference to 544 AD. First occupied by the Jutes around 680AD it was taken over…

Cairnpapple Burial Chamber

(Bathgate Road), Torphichen, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, EH48 4NW
The Cairnpapple Burial Mound and Chamber is located near the summit of Cairnpapple Hill and is one of the most fascinating neolithic sites in the UK.  The original cairn is believed to date back to…

Caldicot Castle

Church Road, Caldicot, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom, NP26 4HW
Caldicot Castle first came into existence shortly after 1086 Ad when the Norman conquerors recognised the importance of the location and built an initial fortification consisting of a Motte and two baileys. Over the next…

Burghead Fort

Grant Street, Burghead, Moray, Scotland, United Kingdom, IV30 5TZ
Situated in a small coastal town on the Moray Firth, Burghead Fort dates back to around 400AD. It is also believed to be a site of major importance during the kingdom of the Northern Picts.…

Burghead Well

King Street, Burghead, Morray, Scotland, United Kingdom, IV30 5XG
The small town of Burghead was built between 1805 and 1809 on the site of a Pictish fort which had occupied the headland in ancient times. The town planners needed to find a source of…

Arbroath Abbey

Abbey Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom, DD11 1EG
Arbroath Abbey was established by King William 'The Rough' of Scotland in 1178 and over the centuries the it rose to become one of the richest in Scotland with extensive powers in trade and commerce.…

Aston Hall

Trinity Road, Birmingham,West Midlands, England, United Kingdom, B6 6JD
Aston Hall is a Jacobean-style mansion in Aston, Birmingham.It's believed that it was the inspiration for Bracebridge Hall in Washington Irving's novel by the same name. Today it features a museum as well as many…

Bryn Celli Ddu

Llanddaniel, Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom, LL61 6EQ
Bryn Celli Ddu is one of the finest examples of a Neolithic (stone age) 'passage tomb' in Wales and can be entered and explored.  It is situated on the island of Anglesey, dates back to…

Arthur’s Seat

Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom, EH8 8DX
Arthur's Seat is an ancient volcanic hill just to the east of Edinburgh city centre that offers spectacular views and has many hidden secrets from haunted caves to strange miniature burials. Formed around 350 million…

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