It's worth a visit. Old lady Eileen drove me from Harrogate to Ripon, which was only 12 miles away. Here is the ruins of the royal water garden and fountain monastery. It is a world cultural heritage. It was built in 1132 and was abandoned in the 16th century. The walls are ruined, desolate, but shocking. It is best to bring a camera, any angle is a blockbuster. It takes three hours to make a small circle slowly. There is also a cafe and deer park inside.
Worth a visit-Kirkstall Abbey Address: Abbey Road Kirkstall, Leeds LS5 3EH, England This is considered a historical site, is the royal water garden and the site of the legendary fountain monastery, is considered a world cultural heritage, the first construction was In 1132, it was abandoned for a long time in the middle. As long as you come here, you will never regret it. Although the history has changed, many places are incomplete, but it is not difficult to see how prosperous it was before. . [Beautiful Sculpture of Nun] We shuttle from the road in the middle of the tall brick structure, the arched window frame design, very Nordic style, the design of the door of the middle cloister is very characteristic, he was sculpted into a progressive layer The door frame design looks very historical, as if it took me to a prosperous year. I walked through a very tall and long door and saw the nun sculpture above. It was beautiful and holy, and added to the whole building. The eye-catching design can serve multiple purposes. Unconsciously walked to a long corridor, this place is particularly beautiful, a row of corridors are flanked by pillars, symmetrical pillars on both sides extend to the top of the head to gather together, forming a huge arched cloister with masonry on top The texture is also very happy, five-star recommendation here!