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Anne of Cleves died at Chelsea Old Manor on 16 July 1557 during the reign of Queen Mary I. She was buried at Westminster Abbey near the Shrine of Edward the Confessor.

U.K. Haworth village, Bradford, West Yokshire, England. The Bronte sisters wrote most of their novels while living in Haworth.

In search of Heathcliff on the wiley, windy moors of Haworth

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King Richard III reburial: Here are church, royalty and army revering a child-killing, wife-slaughtering tyrant who would be on trial if he weren’t 500 years dead. This is the madness of monarchy, where these bones are honoured for their divine royalty, whether by accident of birth or by brutal seizure of the crown. Richard is a good symbol of the “bloodline” fantasy. Britain's story is one of royal usurpage and regicide, with imported French, Dutch and German monarchs.

Britain mourns a monster – because he was a king. Richard III’s burial was absurd | Polly Toynbee

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Birmingham City Hall at dusk by slack12, Birmingham, UK #England

Queen Elizabeth Easter Service April 2015

topiary at Bourton House in village of Bourton-on-the-Hill, Cotswold, UK; Jacobean house by eminent lawyer, Sir Nicholas Overbury in 1598; many owners, but last private owners 1983 by Richard & Monique Paice; sold last in 2010 as owners made Gardens public ; ) thanks to gardeners Paul Nicholls & Jacky Rae; HHA/Christie's Garden Of The Year 2006 award; 3 acre garden, 7 acre walled pasture; pictured: Knot Garden labyrinth

tocapturecastles:Abbey House Gardens in Malmesbury, Wiltshire enchanted england: lovely example of a topiary garden; where the foliage and shrubs are maintained into clearly defined shapes.

Cutting of the highest hedge of England, in Cirencester. The hedge is 11 meters high and was planted in 1720. Panorama 28-07-1962

Gardens at Levens Hall in Kendal, UK

A British gardener is getting into hot water because of a topiary bush he trimmed to look like the middle finger. Authorities have asked him to change it but he says ''I don’t see why I should have anybody telling me what to change in my garden," His refusal to comply has inspired locals to start a "Save The Bush" campaign.

Rare color photos of 1928 England, full of soul and spunk

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Oxford.

American language vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States.

Bangers & biscuits: your guide to translating British food slang

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Oxford, England. I just want a picture with one of these and i can die happy.

The Crooked House of Windsor - The Oldest Teahouse in England

12 Quotes That Capture What It Means To Be British

12 Quotes That Capture What It Means To Be British

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Saxon arch at Abbey House, Wiltshire

The Church of the Holy Trinity ~ where Shakespeare is buried in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. (April 23,1616)

The Fuzzy Duck Pub in Armscote Warwickshire | Drizzle and Dip

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English countryside.

Waxy's Little Sister Pub - London, England

Waxy's Little Sister Pub by Cheri Randolph

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Little Ben, Victoria Station London

Red Poppies all around the moat at the Tower of London. The poppies are part of a ceramic poppy installation called ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’ which marks the centenary of the outbreak of the...

Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge, England

Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge, England

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