Ancient stone circle in Wiltshire where a form of ritual or ceremony would have taken place
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The Cathedral was built between 1220 and 1320 it has the tallest spire in the UK of 404 feet, the building is regarded as one of the leading examples of Early English Gothic architecture.
A door to a Holy place
A fabulous design door of the Cathedral church of St Thomas of Old Portsmouth Hampshire,
The Abbey is Medieval and was founded in 1222 for Premonstratensian Cannons an austere order of priests, during its three Centuries as a monasteries the monks were devoted to scholarships . The Abbey closed in 1537 by Henry V111 of England during the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the Abbey was transformed into a grand mansion for Thomas Wriothesley 1st Earl of Southampton a loyal civil servant to King Henry V111. The ruined Abbey is now run by English Heritage and is open daily it can by found in Mill Lane. Titchfield Hampshire near Fareham.
Brantome Abbey sit beside the river Dronne France
The Druid’s Temple
The Druid’s Temple at South Ythsie is in what used to be called the Chapel fauld. This 27 feet diameter six stone circle has no recumbent stone and is typical of those found in East Scotland. The stone date back 2000 BC and stand on a 3 foot mound approximately 200 feet above sea level.
St Mary Church
The ceiling of St Mary Church Boxgrove near Chichester West Sussex. It a magical church full of French influence. And in the ground of the church is the ruins of a Benedictine Priory which was founded in 1107 in the beautiful setting of the South Downs.
In harmony and balance . Came across this whilst out walking the dog
Joan of Arc
Piece of street art i found in France
Historical landmark in Brantome en Perigord France and sits on the edge of the River Dronne