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Worker, Julian

Travels through History: The North-East of England

Worker, Julian - Travels through History: The North-East of England, ebook

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This is a short travelogue about travelling in the North-East of England and all the history a visitor can see in a very time. Places vary from the large city of Newcastle with its iconic bridges across the River Tyne to smaller gems such as Durham with its magnificent Norman cathedral. Tourists can find Roman ruins in abundance and large, modern sculptures along with lovely market towns, small villages with a Brigadoon feel to them, and vast swathes of open countryside that hasn’t changed since The Romans looked northwards from Hadrian's Wall.

Keywords: Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, things to see, what to find, statue, Northumberland, Northumbria, tourist, destinations, sights, sites, travel, places to see, places to go, why go to, what is there to see, traveller, traveler, tourism, what not to miss, best sights, best places, housing, houses, what to do in, what to see in, modern, architecture, right by the Tyne, river tyne

Author(s)
Publisher
Andrews UK
Publication year
2019
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Travels through History
Page amount
48 pages
Category
Geography, Travel
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781789820621

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