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Rievaulx AbbeyNearby City

Rievaulx Abbey

4/53 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
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"An exploration journey in search of historical sites – If you say why Rievaulx Abbey wants to go to the UK, because there is Cambridge University, this is the university I dream of, but I still pass by it, so I have always wanted to go to the UK. Look, but on the way to the UK, I didn’t go to Cambridge University first, but Rievaulx Abbey, because my friend told me that if you want to see Cambridge University, you should first learn about British history and go to Rievaulx, a city of historic sites in the UK. Abbey. As soon as I listened to the monuments, my curiosity began to sprout, I must go! When I went there, I chose to take a tourist bus and cross the country roads with a breeze, feeling the fragrance of green grass from nature. It was really a good mood. The first place I came to was the Rivo Monastery, which was full of stone buildings. Mottled rain marks make these stone buildings full of sang mulberry. It is said that the development of human civilization has been preserved here for nearly a thousand years. The architecture here is also very interesting and divided into two types, one is a pure stone church, and the other is a modern monastery church. Since the eastern half of the church is home to Catholic monks, and the western part is for tourists, we went to the next stop without stopping too much in the eastern half. Most of the museums contain collections of architectural stone sculptures. Various types of stone sculptures tell us the development trajectory of civilization here. The numerous collections have a wide variety, ranging from coins to keys and fragments of accessories, as large as glass windows, large pieces of ceramics, in various shapes and dazzling. After strolling around, it is approaching the evening. Under the setting sun, the ancient civilized capital shines through the stone pillars and the setting sun. Under this beautiful scenery, you can choose to enjoy the food in a coffee shop while watching the charming evening. View. The recommended ones are sandwiches and scones, which are prepared by the chef carefully selecting some local ingredients and adding other ingredients. They are delicious. Have time to choose a sunny day, walk here with friends, and have a beautiful and unforgettable trip."
Harrogate Turkish Baths & Health SpaNearby City

Harrogate Turkish Baths & Health Spa

4.7/53 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
Open from 9:00am-9:00pm (Local time)
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"The Harrogate Turkish Baths in Yorkshire used to belong to the Royal Baths Assembly Rooms (Royal Baths Assembly Rooms), which provided services including hydrotherapy, mud baths and medicinal baths. This Turkish bath opened its doors in 1897 and has experienced ups and downs during the period, and even survived the closure of 1969 when the luxurious balneotherapy club was used as a medical center. The unique architecture of this bathhouse allows people to escape from reality temporarily. The style of Harrogate Baths is derived from the Middle East and Arab baths, and the Arab baths are derived from the ancient Roman baths. Therefore, in the present-day Britain, only here can one experience the life of the ancient Romans 2000 years ago. Visitors can follow the bathing method of the ancient Romans and use the 10-meter bath and 3 interconnected hot air chambers in sequence. Then, enter the cold water bathroom to let the body cool down. This bathhouse spent 1 million yuan to renovate, they retained and replaced the gorgeous ceramic tiles, recreating the high-end luxury atmosphere of late Victorian. Lynne Mee has been in the bath for 15 years, and she is obviously fascinated by it. "Its beauty is always amazing. We are really lucky to be in Harrogate. Here you can really go back to the time in the past, and you can also enjoy the best modern spa." Miy said . The renovation of the baths also taught them an important lesson: if historic buildings are carefully maintained and used to their potential, they can survive and flourish in a constantly changing world."
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