A Place Worth Visiting

Do not you feel like visiting a place, when you receive some postcards from there? Laura (the UK) has recently sent these from York:

THE SHAMBLES
Medieval butchers traded in this thoroughfare. 
Meat was kept out of direct sunlight by the tall 
and narrow design. The street is mentioned in 
the Domesday Book of 1806.


YORK MINSTER
Left: The Nave 
Right: St. Williams College and York Minster from the East

CLIFFORD'S TOWER
(York Castle)

YORK CASTLE MUSEUM
Kirkgate, a recreated Victorian Street
(I mean... this is inside!)

River Ouse and Lendal Bridge

4 comments:

  1. Oh, yes, especially the first postcard, an old street in the morning sun! It has such a nice atmosphere, I would love to wander and take a cup of coffee (or tea :-) ) in that neighbourhood!

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    1. I think it is compulsory to drink tea in such a place... :)

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  2. I tant i també m'agradaria visitar York!

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