M43***62Lovely buildings with a nice park in front to spend time and enjoy the views. It is within easy walking distance of the city centre and is close to the Royal park. We went here as part of our own walking tour of the sights.
M43***62Unfortunately there was nothing to see due to work being carried out. You can't go up the spire. You can only walk down the left hand side of the Abbey and see the windows. But was still expected to pay the £5 donation per person. Took 5 mind to walk round. Saw more from the outside.
M43***62The Jane Austen Centre is a must for any enthusiasts of the writer. The presentation about Jane's life was very informative and brought to life by the presenter being dressed in the style of the day.I did feel however, that the entrance price was a little high and also items in the shop .
门子乀At first I thought I had arrived at the Royal Crescent, a row of houses with a big tree in the middle, and a postbox nearby, where I could send postcards. There is a feeling of dizziness when entering, which is different from the general British shocking architectural style. The circular square is a kind of stupid shock. It is obvious that the continuous rows of buildings in the UK have become the climate.```````` `Be sure to bring a camera that can take panoramic views, and there will be volunteers wearing Jane Austen on the lawn in the middle
The Bath Church was originally a monastery and was later renovated in Gothic Roman style. In 1617, the monastery was eventually converted into the current Bath Church. The Bath Church was the first place where the King of England, King Edgar, was crowned with a coronation ceremony. There are more than 50 scenes of Jesus' life on the large glass windows of the church, which are colorful and majestic. The cathedral has a beautiful typical Gothic spire cathedral, and the bell tower on the top of the tower is magnificent and magnificent.
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Located in the southwest of England, Bath Town is the only city in the UK to be listed as a World Heritage Site. The town of Bath is different from the red brick buildings of other small towns in the UK. Almost all buildings are constructed of marble, Georgian houses. Style, the shadows left by the Roman era can still be captured from the building. Although Bath is small, it has the most expensive streets and the most beautiful buildings in the UK, which is not even comparable to London.