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Bath and North East Somerset
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Things To Do in Bath and North East Somerset

Roman Baths
4.6/5
234 Reviews
Museum
D36***86It s a historical place worth to go. The underground hot spring is still working. What a wonderful historical building.
Royal Crescent
4.6/5
186 Reviews
Historical Architecture
西溪老翁The Royal Crescent is located in Bath in west London, England. The Royal Crescent is the most magnificent of the large ancient buildings in Bath, built in 1767 ~1775, consisting of 30 buildings connected together, with Italian decoration, a total of 114 columns. Royal crescent building road and house lined in crescent arc, graceful curves intoxicating, show the elegant noble style, known as the highest British street.
Bath Abbey
4.6/5
134 Reviews
Church
西溪老翁The Basilica of St. Peter's St. Paul, or Basilica, is a pale yellowish-looking, cross-shaped surface of typical Basilica stones, built in the 7th century A.D., undergoing reconstruction, fire and restoration, and finally completed in the 16th century, the present Gothic architecture, which can accommodate 1,200 people, Magnificent. The most striking goal of the Abbey of Bath is the majestic stained glass to the east, with 56 scenes of 56 pieces of glass describing the events of Jesus' life, including many stories between the time of his birth and the time of his death when he was crucified at the age of 33. The Abbey of Bath, the iconic building of Bath, is also the venue for the Bath International Music Festival and many other major festivals, and was once the crowning ground of England's first emperor.
Pulteney Bridge
4.6/5
82 Reviews
Historical Site
Bridge
_FB***26as always such an amazing city, stunning views full of history & lots to see.
The Jane Austen Centre
4.5/5
78 Reviews
Exhibition
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 .
The Circus
4.4/5
62 Reviews
Historical Architecture
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

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