Every child who watches English plays knows the importance of York in history. London is the same as UK today. Historic cities are bound to have vicissitudes of life. Yorke also experienced the Vikings, the Roman era, once prosperous. I like York Railway Station very much, not only because he is in the North transportation center, but also because of his building. You can enjoy the magnificent view of York Cathedral from Micklegate Bar at the railway station to the wall. Walking on the wall, I always feel that I am walking between Xi'an and York. There are countless bars in Yorke. It is said that one day, one year can't finish shopping. Yorke has countless delicious restaurants, national cuisine, and dark British cuisine that people don't want to describe.
In the evening, we arrived at Yorkshire, outside the hotel is the Yorkshire Wall, so we went up to the wall to view and move around. The George Catholic Church in the city could be seen on the wall. We walked around the wall for half a circle without knowing it. We were ready to go around the city. The city wall was broken to the Uss River and the bridge was connected. The ruins of the original Roman wall and the Yorkshire Cathedral could be seen on the wall. We reached the Fortress of Bootham Bar, No. It was dark when the evening prayer was over. The church lights were on. After counting, it took about two hours to walk on the wall. Here are some gates
The Yorkshire Wall is nearly 5 kilometers long, almost encircling the Old City of Yorkshire. It was first built by the Romans. Most of the remaining walls were rebuilt from the 12th to the 14th centuries. It is the longest and best preserved medieval wall in Britain. The gates of the walls are called "Bar". The large gates include Bootham Bar in the north, Micklegate Bar in the southwest, Monk Bar in the northeast and Walmgate Bar in the southeast. The Old Wall of York is the longest and most complete wall in England. You can see it when you leave the railway station. You can walk through the wall for 10 minutes to the Yorkshire Cathedral. If you don't have enough time to visit, you can only walk for a short period of time. There are still more entrances and exits. There are also many entrances and exits near the cathedral. If you have plenty of time, you can walk around the city wall and visit York on the city wall. It's also very tasty. The wall is less than ten meters high and can be accessed free of charge. There was nobody on the wall. Looking out from one battlement after another, there are endless streets.
The well-preserved Yorkshire City Wall is not very high, nor is it as straight and winding as the city wall of China. You can walk on the wall for free, and tourists who have time can walk around the city. You can see all the scenery inside and outside Yorkshire. There is a free toilet beside the city gate cave. If you can't find the toilet for visitors, this is the best place to solve the problem.
The Old Wall of York, the longest and most complete medieval wall in Britain, was first built by the Romans and then reinforced by the occupiers from Denmark as a barrier against foreign enemies. From the Yorkshire Railway Station into the city, you can see the city wall, which is 5 kilometers long. It takes about 2 hours to walk around the city wall. We only walk two sections of the ancient city wall. The city wall near the Yorkshire Cathedral can enjoy the view of the Yorkshire Cathedral along the way.
It was the capital of Lower Britain in Rome. Yorke's tourism industry is boosted by its rich historical assets, with up to two million visitors a year making it the most visited city in England, except London. Yorke is also famous for its chocolate industry and the University of York.
The old Yorkshire Wall, integrated with the old city of Yorkshire, is close to the Yorkshire Cathedral. It is easy to open the fence and climb to the small tower of the city wall. In the evening, the three of us, like our past, present and future, are integrated into it.
The longest and most complete wall is retained in England. It was first built during the reign of Constantine in ancient Rome. A square wall of 5 kilometers was built around Yorkshire Cathedral to defend against foreign invasion. But in the 9th century, the Vikings easily crossed the wall and reinforced it. However, in the 11th century, it was still broken by the Normans and ruled. Now, it has become a beautiful walkway overlooking the scenery of York. Near the wall is the Yorkshire Railway Station. When you get down the wall, you can see the Uss River. The River crosses the city, adding a lot of flavor to the old city.