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Best Houses Of EnglandEngland's Thousand Best Houses Tour England. A hymn to good architecture, an ode to authentic domestic interiors buy, beg, borrow or steal a copy to keep in the car. No other book will prompt so many joyous detours Christopher Hudson, Daily Mail England's houses are a treasure trove of riches and a unique, living record of the nation's history. Simon Jenkins's magnificent guide selects the finest palaces, mansions, halls, castles and cottages throughout the land, from the stately to the humble, in a glorious celebration of English life.

Rural EnglandRural England. This is an informative and entertaining celebration of the diversity of the English Countryside today. Each month of the year the author brings aspects of rural England to life for her readers: a fascinating insight into a mammal, a wild flower, a rural worker, a countryside festival, a seasonal landscape, a native bird, and traditional farming practice. Stunning and unusual photographs accompany each topic. Rural England: What's Happening Month by Month: What S Happening Month by Month.

North West EnglandThe North West: English Heritage (England's Landscape) The most detailed description of why the countryside of England now looks the way it does, covering the geology, archaeology and history of each area and what effects each has had on the landscape we see today. The contents include: The Personality of the North West; Land and People; A Patchwork of Landscapes People in the Landscape; Moving through the Landscape; Making a Living; The Farming Landscape; Fell, Moorlands and Moss; Landscapes of Industry; Townscapes and Cityscapes; Expressions of the Abstract; Expressions of Power; The Quest for Utopia; Landscape and Mind; and The Discovery of the Hills.

AA Big Road Atlas Britain 2006AA Big Road Atlas Britain 2006 (AA Atlases S.) Tour England. Latest edition of this popular A3 sized road atlas, fully revised and updated for 2006. Each page has been titled with its geographic location so you can turn to the page you need more easily. There is a new 16-page on the road guide and a town plan section with 48 town plans, including fully indexed Central London street maps. Each map has been created by experts at the AA to help you navigate Britain's roads safely and easily.

Walking with William ShakespeareWalking with William Shakespeare Tour England. Walk with William Shakespeare through his world, enjoying his plays, poetry and scenes from his life. Visit his home in Stratford and walk in the surrounding countryside he knew and loved. Roam the Cotswold hills where he probably taught school, and discover how he learned courtly ways as we visit the Earl of Southampton's mansion near Titchfield in Hampshire. Explore London, scene of his great triumphs.

Tour England Windsor CastleWindsor Castle: The Official Illustrated History Tour England. Windsor Castle is the largest and oldest occupied castle in existence. It is the home of the Queen, and with its skyline of battlements, turrets and great Round Tower it is instantly recognisable throughout the world. Visitors have been admitted to the Castle since the eighteenth century, and in this flowing and well-researched account John Martin Robinson traces the building's 1,000 years of history.

Britains CastlesCastles: England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales Tour England. Britain and Ireland are home to hundreds of castles, some still lived in, some reduced to little more than lumps and bumps in the landscape. Many of them have been the scene of great historical events, negotiations, battles, sieges, executions, kidnappings and betrayals, and all have often bloody and grim stories to tell. Today, most castles are fascinating and romantic places to visit. They include Windsor, a vast and rambling warren that would still be recognized by medieval visitors; Carreg Cennen, a fabulous ruin complete with a cliff-side secret tunnel set in breathtaking landscapes in the mountains of Wales; Hermitage in the Scottish Lowlands, where Mary Queen of Scots rode alone to visit her secret lover; and Blarney, most famous for the stone you should kiss in order to gain eloquence, but also one of Ireland's most impressive castles. Castles is based on the classic work by Plantagenet Somerset Fry and has been completely revised and redesigned for this brand new edition.

Beautiful Villages of EnglandThe Most Beautiful Villages of England (Most Beautiful Villages) Tour England. Villages are the very embodiment of Englishness. Honey coloured cottages from peaceful Cornwall communities; splendid thatched roofs sweeping over eaves and windows in the villages of Hampshire; half-timbering, flint and limestone giving Suffolk hamlets their characteristic appearance; and limestone, sandstone and millstone grit giving a darker look to those of Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland. Records the richness and diversity of the English village in photographs and commentary. Grouped by area and sub-divided by county, this is a celebration of the most beautiful villages of England.

Best Churches Of EnglandEngland's Thousand Best Churches Tour England. Parish churches are England's glory. They enshrine the history of a people, most of whom have lived far from the capital, court and Parliament. These people, their art, architecture and faith, are seldom recorded or celebrated. The parish church is their public monument. Simon Jenkins has travelled the length and breadth of England to select his thousand best churches. They are of all periods and denominations, though most are mediaeval foundations. Organized by county, each church is described, often with delightful asides, and is given a star-rating from one to five. The four and five star churches are listed as the "hundred best". The county sections are prefaced by a map locating each church and illustrated with photographs by Paul Barker from the "Country Life" archive. These churches house a gallery of vernacular art without equal in the world. From the Norman grotesques of Kilpeck to the Quaker simplicity of Come-to-Good, from the painted saints of Ranworth to the mighty fan vault of Sherborne, from the rose Madonna of Willoughby to Sara Losh's Cumbrian homage to love, these works would rank in any national museum. Simon Jenkins has brought this museum, located in some of England's most beautiful places, to public attention and asks that we treasure it for the next millennium.

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