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The Travel Book - York Minster, York

It is one of the most striking buildings when you visit York and it is also on the top of the list of places you should visit when you enter  the city but with its high prices to enter – is it worth visiting and going inside the York Minster instead of just looking at it from the outside? 205 more words



My favorite part of this year so far has been my Spring Break 2018 trip. England. I still cannot believe I traveled so many miles alone to meet up with one of my best friends. 630 more words


Lucy May Eaton

The daughter of Thomas and Esther Eaton, Lucy was born in Wolverhampton in 1903. On 28 May 1903, Lucy was baptised at St Thomas’s parish church in Wednesfield. 420 more words

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Clifford's Tower, York

Clifford’s Tower is an English Heritage property in York, all that now remains of York Castle. William the Conqueror was the first to build a castle here, around 1068, on the site where Clifford Tower now stands. 236 more words

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York Minster

York Minster is the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe and more than half of Europe’s medieval stained glass is in its windows. The first church on the site dates from around 627 but the present building dates from around 1220. 447 more words

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The City

According to the BBC, York has been voted the best place to live in the UK. Having been here for a few years since the age of 18 (Yes ok so technically I’ve been here a couple of decades rather than a few years but let’s not split hairs!) I would agree on the whole, although maybe not for the same reasons. 448 more words