Rome, Day 3: Following the River
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The British were so charmed that they planned and built Shimla meticulously and adored it with historic buildings made in British architecture, like Town Hall, Christ Church, Gorton Castel, Viceregal Lodge (now Indian Institute of Advance Studies), the Willow Bank and so on.In 1906, to make Shimla easily accessible, British built what is known as an engineering marvel in the world- Kalka-Shimla Railway track, which consist of 102 tunnels (originally 107) and 806 bridges....
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Royal Crescent in Bath Butterfly Farm in Stratford-Upon-Avon The Bath Abbey Birdland in Gloucestershire, Cotswolds area A majestic Black Swan in Birdland Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-Upon-Av Castell Coch, which felt like Rapunzel's Cast The Cardiff Castle The Keep, Cardiff Castle Castle Combe- The smallest village of England Royal Crescent, Bath Clock Tower, Cardiff Castle The first clock ever, Castle Combe Tea and Scones, Castle Combe Jane Austen Centre, Bath I loved reading books when I was younger and from as long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated about the United Kingdom....
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Lord Horatio Nelson died in the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar, fighting the French and the Spanish and left behind a legacy of statues and monuments spread across Britain, with this 105-ft-high, castellated structure which looks very much like a lighthouse to me, sitting at the highest point on Calton Hill....