Monday, August 18, 2008

More Photos from Bath, England (July 20-22, 2008)

The Royal Crescent, built in the 18th century by John Wood the younger, is another fine example of Georgian architecture and is one of Bath's best known landmarks
A bustling pedestrian street near the city center, lined with quaint shops and tea rooms
Pulteney Bridge, built in the 18th century by Robert Adams for William Pulteney, connects central Bath to the area east of town across the River Avon. It is one of the few historic bridges in the world to have shops built into it along the span of both sides.
The Parade Gardens in central Bath, along the River Avon
The Tory in Bradford-on-Avon, a short distance from Bath
The view over the Wiltshire countryside from the Tory in Bradford-on-Avon

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