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Cotswold Way

Cotswold Way is a 100-mile trail that winds through the hills, pastures and towns of the Cotswolds.

Bath, United Kingdom

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Bath City Center

Everyone who visits Bath congregates at Bath City Center at some point. Bath Abbey stands at the heart of it.

Bath, United Kingdom

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The Great Bath

In the year 65, the Romans built an intricate complex of baths, saunas and sacred pools around Britain's only natural hot spring. The Great Bath was the centerpiece.

Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ, United Kingdom

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The Sacred Spring

The Romans reserved one of the springs, the Sacred Spring, for offerings to the goddess of healing, Sulis Minerva.

Abbey Church Yard, Bath, BA1 1LZ, United Kingdom

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The Circus

The Circus is part of the 18th-century City of Bath, and it is said to be a copy of the Colosseum in Rome.

Queen Square, Bath, BA1 1EE, United Kingdom

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Walcott Street

If you love to shop, you'll definitely want to take a stroll down Walcott Street, also known as Artisan's Quarter.

Walcott Street, Bath, United Kingdom

The Thornbury Castle

Today, Thornbury Castle is a hotel, and each room is completely different in its own royal way.

Castle Street, Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, BS35 1HH, United Kingdom

The Mount Inn

The Mount Inn is a favorite country pub in the Cotswolds.

Stanton, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7NE, United Kingdom


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