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The tourists traveling around this country remain under impression of the crystal-clear lakes, picturesque coast, majestic mountains and green valleys which are spread a soft carpet under cultural and historical monuments of an administrative center of Great Britain. Each region has own unique appearance, the traditions and culture which is reflected in many interesting places and sights of England. Unknown England Tremendous places of Foggy Albion The well-known island which the first ancient Romans have met is Dover. Great Britain is obliged to it for the name "Foggy Albion". It is in the most extreme point in the southeast of the United Kingdom. If to approach the island from the high sea, the first thing that you will see is White Cliffs of Dover. They stretch for the huge territory along Kent County and come to an end at the passage Strait of Dover. It would seem that there is no any novel place left in old kind England where the tourist's leg didn't go. But looking at these photos you understand that even experienced travelers, going to Great Britain, will have a unique opportunity to see such places, you don’t believe that you are still on the Foggy Albion. The most important historical monument of a city architecture. Long time this building was the seaside residence of the English kings who came here to rest almost every day. York Minster York Minster is a gothic cathedral in the English city of York. The cathedral is located on the place where the king of Nortumbria Edwin has hosted the Epiphany. The building has begun in 1230 and has finally come to the end only in 1472. In spite of the fact that the general architecture combines different styles, it is a typical English gothic cathedral. In the XIX century the cathedral was burned several times, and the fire of 1829 was the result of actions of the religious fanatic. In 1967 there were fears that the central tower will collapse. As the result, were started the restoration works which were resumed in 1984 and 2007. Bodiam Castle Ancient castle Bodiam is one of numerous witnesses of restless history of England, a majestic construction in the English county East Sussex. Destiny of the castle – the original chronicle of all history of England. The castle passed from hand to hand, was a hostage in war Red and White Roses, has suffered from Parliamentary wars in times of Oliver Cromwell,was on sale for debts and has had times of oblivion when majestic walls were almost ruined. In 1815 the castle was even nearly demolished – only intervention of an eskvayr John Fuller who has offered his personal means has rescued Bodiam Castle from destruction. Puzzlewood The Puzzlewood is well-known cause its colourful nature as if it descended from pages of the fantasy novel. They say this wood considered J. R. R. Tolkien to write his Middle-Earth and " The Lord of the Rings". This, one of the few corners of the wild nature which have remained in England, is located in the English county of Gloucestershire. It is necessary to pay tribute to the atmosphere soaring in the ancient wood on Foggy Albion – having got there, everyone is ready to believe in existence of elves and hobbits. Having appeared in captivity of natural magic of the Puzzlewood, appears the wish to become a part of the real legend, to meet the creatures with big hearts, filled with the courage and character filled with improbable willpower. The Poison Garden Annick's castle places in the County of Northumberland in the north of England. The main part of tourists comes here to examine the poisonous botanical garden which is laid out in the territory of the palace. Creators of a unique collection of dangerous plants were under inspiration of the Italian analog existing in the 15th century. There were planted medicinal and poisonous plants which really could kill the person. Tree with tasty smelling, but poisonous flowers. Maunsell Forts During World War II the British Royal fleet has constructed a series of the sea forts which were put forward for defense against air raids and invasions from sea of enemy powers. Sea battles have ended, but forts Maunsell still stand. Metal designs were named as their founder Guy Maunsell. The people calling themselves “the Principality of Sealand” live there. In England was formed the whole movement fighting for preservation of historical structures. Exbury Gardens During World War II the British Royal fleet has constructed a series of the sea forts which were put forward for defense against air raids and invasions from sea of enemy powers. Sea battles have ended, but forts Maunsell still stand. Metal designs were named as their founder Guy Maunsell. The people calling themselves “the Principality of Sealand” live there. In England was formed the whole movement fighting for preservation of historical structures. The End