EUROPE-UNITED KINGDOM/England

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Explore worldwide' 1999,'Royal Family'1980 ,'The Bonnie Scotland'1988,'The Guinness Book of Records 1988',

London Avon Kent Manchester Northern Ireland Scotland Wales

 

Dove Cottage
 
 
 Grasmere, Cumbria

  

  Dove Cottage was the home of William Wordsworth from December 1799 to May 1808, the years of his supreme work as a poet. It was built, probably in the early part of the 17th century, as a small hostelry. Photo by JS Park who member of CFC.

 

Overview
 
 
 New Windsor, Berkshire

 

 Aronded Windsor Castle. Last photo by Jisook Park.

 

Country Farm
  
 Windermere, Lake District



 Photo by JS Park who member of CFC.

  

St George's Hall
   Liverpool, Merseyside

 

 The finest neo-classical building in Europe and one of the most important buildings in the World. Completed in 1854, St George's Hall represents the prosperity in Liverpool in the 19th century. Built as law courts and as a venue for music festivals, the Hall stands at the heart of the City - both geographically and emotionally. Photo by JS Parl who member of CFC.

 

Civic Hall
   Liverpool, Merseyside

 

 
Photo by JS Parl who member of CFC.

  

Wedgwood House
  
 Steaford, Lincolnshire

 


 This house for founder of Wedgwood, Josiah Wedgwood I holding his most famed production,the Portland Vase. Photo by JS Park who member of CFC.

 

Chatsworth House
  
 Sheffield, South Yorkshire



 Photo by JS Park who member of CFC.

 

Warwick Castle
 
  near Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire



 The Guinness Book of Records 1988-Most visited stately home, receved 580,225 visitors in 1986. Built by the Beauchamp family and dating from the 14th century, It houses a fine collection of paintings and armour. Photo by JS Park who member of CFC.