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The village is located at the confluence of the Dourdou and Ouche rivers. It is built on a hillside and has classic narrow Medieval streets. As a result, large vehicles cannot enter the historic centre. The town was largely passed by in the nineteenth century, and was saved from oblivion by the efforts of a small number of dedicated people. As a result, the historic core of the town has very little construction dating from between 1800 - 1950, leaving the medieval structures remarkably…

Little Green Street - in Kentish Town is one of a handful of Georgian Streets to survive in London. Many were cleared during the Victorian Era, and those remaining were bomb damaged in WW2. NW5, Tufnell Park Tube. By BrotherMagneto on Flickr, 2009.

The 10 Best Afternoon Teas in London: The Shard, Claridge's, Fortnum & Mason - Photos

One of my favourites is the Montcalm Hotel near Marble Arch. This week, The Shard launched its much-anticipated Sky-High Tea Experience, allowing guests to enjoy afternoon tea on its open-air sky deck towering nearly 1,000 feet above London. But if you prefer your afternoon tea a little more traditional—or something else entirely—the city offers endless permutations of the centuries-old tradition.

London's lost rivers: the hidden history of the city's buried waterways

Little Walsingham Medieval Streets, Norfolk, England. In medieval times, Walsingham was one of the most important pilgrimage sites in the world and a rival even to Rome. That changed after the reformation, but a revival during the 19th century has put Walsingham back on the pilgrimage map. More info here

Ikea Hack // Mid Century Dresser

Our upstairs hallway bath is one of the first major remodel projects I want to tackle down the road. Eventually I hope to add a shower and make it more functional as a kids bath. But for now, I changed out the mirror, and painted over the horrid gold color that was on the wall with some navy paint I actually had left over from our apartment in the city. The bathroom is pretty small, but it was also completely empty, so I decided it needed a little dresser, but since this room is use...

wilma HW61 posted a photo: Toch nog een beetje sneeuw vanmorgen al was het wel natte pap sneeuw :-) De Waa, ook wel Sint Anthoniswade genoemd, is een oude IJsselarm bij het Nederlandse Hanzestadje Hattem, ontstaan als een overslagplas bij een grote overstroming in de 12e eeuw. Op de heuvel (de Gaedsbergh) grenzend aan deze ooit doorwaadbare plek (Wade) stond een van de oudste kerkjes van de Noordelijke Veluwe. Van dit Karolingische kerkje zijn in de 19e eeuw resten gevonden door…

Handmade and Handcrafted Decorative Tray With Medieval Mamluk Inspired Arabesque Pattern And Wood Carved Birds - Coffee Table Decor. This elegant one-of-a-kind tray has been embellished with an adapted Mamluk arabesque design originating from the Middle Ages. It is perfect for a desk, coffee table, or any surface space to which you can add a little historical charm. The Mamluks were a slave dynasty which ruled Egypt from the 13th to 15th centuries and transformed Cairo into the city of a...

Tomi Lahren Neck Tattoo Tomi Lahren has a neck tattoo of South Dakota's flower and state grass. The pasque flower was designated as the state's flower in 1903. Native americans used the flower as medicine for centuries. The state designated western wheat grass as it's official grass in 1970. Tomi was born in Rapid City South Dakota on August 11 1992. Hate her or love her Tomi is here to stay. I dislike the television host but she is forcing the nation to discuss our issues. We have a…