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Glastonbury Abbey.

It is becoming obvious that I am partial to some ruins. There’s a certain mystery about historical ruins – what did it look like way back when? 297 more words

English Heritage

Episodes 35 and 36 - Aberargie, Perth and Kinross; and Aberarth, Ceredigion

Episode 35 – Aberargie

We’re still in Scotland for our first visit today, returning to Perth and Kinross for the village of Aberargie. This is just four miles north-east of Abbots Deuglie, across the M90 motorway. 2,280 more words


Shrewsbury Abbey

Shrewsbury Abbey is a large Medieval church standing on the opposite side of the English Bridge from the old city centre. As with many old churches it’s been altered and adapted over time and, consequently, displays a mixture of styles – Romanesque, Gothic (the later, Perpendicular style) and Victorian Neo-Gothic. 440 more words


Researching Love

Inayatullah states “once we map the future – it changes” (2008).

This phrase can be applied to a variety of topics and contexts. When doing further research on the stream of love, this phrase came to mind.

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A couple of weeks ago we were visiting family in the Bristol area so on the way down we stopped in at National Trust property Lacock. 360 more words

National Trust

Pillars of Light

The monks gave him the name John Savage. He as a savage for them, living with them in some abbey in the Northern England, raping him and beating. 222 more words


Turlough Abbey & Round Tower, Mayo, Ireland

Turlough Abbey is home to a 9th century round tower and a much later 17th or 18th century church, though it does incorporate a 16th century mullioned window and three crucifixion plaques, one dated 1625. 208 more words