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The Duchess of Windsor's emerald, ruby and diamond 20th anniversary brooch, mounted by Cartier, Paris, 1957

~The Almshouses at Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, England built in 1612~

this made me laugh pretty hard! Welcome to England.. Chuck Norris, eat your heart out.

It’s So Hard To Admit When Things Get Personal

Malhamdale, North Yorkshire, England Malhamdale, North Yorkshire

Shop Front in London.... Lemon Tree By: Ernst Landgrebe

Lemon Tree: Photo by Photographer Ernst Landgrebe

Dorchester, Oxfordshire, England

Steps to the bridge, connecting to The Island - Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, England (Copyright: Alison Avery)

Lighthouse, Happisburgh, England, UK

Pendragon Castle,  Nateby, Kirkby Stephen, Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria, England, UK

U.K. Customers outside a pub in Walworth, London, raising their glasses to celebrate cheaper beer. In his budget the previous day, Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of the Exchequer, lowered the price of beer by a penny a pint. 1933.

U.K. Women on their way to work with gas masks in boxes, London, August 1939, WWII

Servants' bells in the Bell Chamber at Dunster Castle, Somerset.

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R J Balson Son established In 1535 in Bridgeport, Dorset, England, Not only the oldest butchers in England but the oldest continuously trading family in the UK

Bron-Yr-Aur cottage was used during the 1950s by the family of future-Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant as a holiday home. In 1970, Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page used it as a retreat to write and record some of their third album, Led Zeppelin III. At that time the cottage had no running water or electricity. With Plant and Page were Plant's wife Maureen and 18-month-old daughter Carmen, Page's girlfriend Charlotte Martin, and Led Zeppelin roadies Clive Coulson and Sandy MacGregor.

Charles Lindbergh surrounded by over 150,000 onlookers in Croydon Aerodrome, England shortly after his famous transatlantic flight, 1927.

Harry Potter Platform 9 3/4 Shop in London, England | 19 Places That Will Make Your Kid's Dreams Come True

19 Places That Will Make Your Kid's Dreams Come True

1 May 1707, the Acts of Union, which united the parliaments of Scotland and England into one parliament, came into force. The Acts joined the kingdoms of Scotland and England into one nation, sharing one parliament and one monarch. Although England and Scotland had been ruled by one monarch since 1603, when James VI of Scotland also became King of England after the death of Elizabeth I of England, the two countries were not considered as one state until 1707.

Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland, England - The largest castle in Northumberland, it passed through many hands before being acquired by the Grey family.

Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland, Eng - originally a stronghold for a powerful earl, Thomas of Lancaster. It was completed abt 1316. In 1461 during the Wars of the Roses, it was held by Sir Ralph Percy for the Lancastrians against Yorkist forces. Much later later (1590's plus), it ended up in the hands of the Grey family.

The Royal Family

Cliffs of Dover, Dover, Kent, England Copyright: John Cherrington

Cliffs of Dover, a photo from Kent, England | TrekEarth