England is rich in beautiful villages, which usually consist of pretty old houses, cozy courtyard gardens full of rose bushes, a medieval church and a pub where the locals tell each other the news.
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Which villages should you visit
Castle Combe is a typical village of wonderful Great Britain, which is named after the castle located nearby. The earthen rampart is the only thing that still reminds visitors of this fortress. Some famous films were shot on the fabulous, landscaped streets of the village. The charm of the area lies in its small size — there are a couple of streets, colorful beer bars and a beautiful parish church.
Bibury is considered the most charming, picturesque village in the country. Bibury is famous not only for its graceful beautiful places, but also for one of the oldest farms in the country, where trout has been growing since ancient times.
Gold Hill is a wonderful place located on Shaftesbury Street. In the village there is a church, which is named after St. Peter. The church was built in the fourteenth century, and the street is located next to the walls of the fortress. These walls used to surround Shaftesbury’s ancient abbey. As in other villages, historical, world-famous films and commercials are often filmed on this street.
Polperro was recognized by the British as one of the most elegant places in Cornwall. The village has everything you need for a good holiday:
- cozy, clean and fabulous streets;
- inspiring shopping malls;
- impressive rocks.
Of the several villages that make up the famous Peak District, Castleton is the most attractive. Not far from it is a ruined ancient castle, the fortress of Peveril, built in the eleventh century. The tree is surrounded by beautiful, landscaped hills, which are nice to have a pleasant walk.
Titus Salt, known as the great philanthropist of the time, built this romantic village for the workers of his textile factory. Today the village is under the protection of UNESCO — the wonderful, architectural building of the Salter United Reformed Church is the main pearl of the Victorian wonderful and unique architecture of Great Britain.