10 Places To See The UK’s Top Architecture!
St. James’s Palace, London - setting for some of the most important events in Royal history.
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Royal Pavillion, Brighton - beginning in 1787, it was built as a seaside retreat for King George IV.
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Osbourne House, Isle of Wight - it was built for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a summer home.
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The Writer’s Museum, Edinburgh - dedicated to the lives of three most prominent Scottish writers.
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Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury: one of the oldest & most famous Christian structures in England.
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Christchurch College, University of Oxford: founded in 1546, it consists of a 12th century cathedral
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Cardiff Castle, Cardiff - medieval castle & Victorian Gothic revival mansion in the city centre.
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Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge: built in 1831, it crosses River Cam between two colleges of the uni.
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Dover Castle, Dover: described as the “Key to England”, the castle was founded in the 11th century.
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Belfast City Hall, Belfast - beautifully historic building dividing the commercial & business areas.
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