Whitby
Scarborough District
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Things To Do in Whitby

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Historical Architecture
suifeng2019The ruins of a lonely monastery standing on a cliff. When Bram Stoker saw it, he should have been so dilapidated, staring at the northern coastline. The towering pillars and famous ribs are majestic and profound, and they are silently telling the past.
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Historical Architecture
MonkeyoThe scenic spot is not big, it is a small place, but in the middle of the monastery, you can enjoy a lot of beautiful scenery. If you go, you must go to see it is worthwhile to visit. The scenery is charming and has local characteristics.
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Monument
juki235Whitby is the place where the famous British navigator Captain Cook started. He was the first Englishman to arrive in Australia and New Zealand. On the high ground on the coast of Whitby, there stands his bronze statue, which is very tall and majestic, symbolizing the dream of a powerful ocean power in the past.
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Castle
陌染MMTourist to England, this stop to England's Yorkshire, the castle in North Yorkshire, is owned and inhabited by the Howard family of generations. The castle was originally built by the third generation of Charles Carlisle, who was sealed in 1692 and commissioned John ∙ Van Burr to design and build this luxury Baroque Howard castle in North Yorkshire. In front of the castle is an English garden, with arched windows full of neatly veneered windows, and huge arched alcoves with exquisite statues that, together with the dome, embody the Baroque style. Entering the main entrance is the antique corridors of the castle, which contain a large collection of 18th and 19th century antiques.
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_GG***71The York Minster is a must see in York. It displays both architecture and religious significance. It also gives an ambiance of going back in time.
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Beach
M32***23Not far from Miners Welfare Park, you can walk to the Whitby Beach. The two attractions are very close, and the scenery is natural. It is worthwhile to relax. Generally speaking, the sea is very blue.