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16 ruins in Great Britain

Ruins in Salisbury
Stonehenge
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Stonehenge is an old place quite famous in England. It is in the southeast, close to Salisbury, about 2 hours from London by car.
Ruins in Winchester
Palace of the Bishop of Winchester
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These ruins are of the palace of the powerful Bishops of Winchester. The palace was one of the largest buildings in medieval Londo
Ruins in Craignure
Iona Abbey
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Combined with the activities that were carried away in Iona, only a very short distance away was the convent of the Augustinian or
Ruins in Newton Stewart
Glenluce Abbey
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Lost in green, unknown valleys are the ruins of beautiful abbey, a local gem that has little impact on the country's monastic hist
Ruins in Christchurch
Christchurch Castle
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All the photos you see below are of the castle of Christchurch, its ruins and gardens.
Ruins in Coldingham
Coldingham Priory
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The Priory of Coldingham was founded by Benedictine monks with the help and consent of the Scottish King David I in the 12th centu
Ruins in Enniskillen
Devenish Island Monastic Site
This is one of those places you'll fall in love with. It's a site with well-preserved ruins on a lovely island surrounded by a cry
Ruins in Stirling
Mar's Wark
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Very close to Stirling Castle, and opposite the Argyll residence, are the ruins of what was once a splendid Renaissance residence
Ruins in Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle´s Walls
These walls surrounded Newcastle in the eleventh century, when the new castle was built, which gives its name to the city. You can
Ruins in London
Ruins of Winchester Palace
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The ruins of this palace is located south of the river and was ordered to be built in the twelfth century by Henry de Blois in Tud
Ruins in Chester
Chester Roman Amphitheatre
The Chester Amphitheater is the largest to be discovered in Britain, dating back to the first century when the Roman fortress of D
Ruins in Stirling
Ruins in Gorebridge
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Ruins in Saint Monans
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Ruins in Blairgowrie
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Ruins in Cornwall
Porthcurno
The Minack Theater is built in open air out of cliffs looking out so see! Unfortunately we didn't visit the Telegraph Museum, the
Civitatis
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99 £
Civitatis
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108.60 £
Civitatis
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100.40 £
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82 £
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45 £
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