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City Of Caves at Nottingham is accessed at the upper mall level of the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, close to the Broadmarsh and Fletcher Gate car parks, and five minutes from Nottingham Train Station. City Of Caves is a subterranean family attraction that is part of a complex of over 500 caves dating back to the Dark Ages, the last of which were in use until as late as the 1940`s. Indeed, the city of Nottingham has more man-made caves than anywhere else in Britain, and the cave network has Ancient Monument Protection. About the Caves | The City of Caves Nottingham About the Caves | The City of Caves Nottingham
Hotel Caribe Salou - Port Aventura - Costa Brava - Jet2holidays - Hotel Caribe Salou - Port Aventura - Costa Brava - Jet2holidays - Activities & Entertainment (please note, some features may be payable locally) Full daytime and evening entertainment programme for all to enjoy. Children’s playground. Gym. Two whirlpools. Sauna.
Skipton Woods Managed by the Woodland Trust For nearly a thousand years Skipton Wood provided fuel, building materials and food to the castle it surrounds. Skipton Woods Walk on Path Through Broadleaf Woodlands Skipton Woods Walk on Path Through Broadleaf Woodlands
One of the most iconic artworks in Lancashire, the fascinating ‘Singing Ringing Tree’ at Crown Point high on the moors above Burnley is one of four Panopticons, part of a project across East Lancashire led by Mid Pennine Arts. Designed by architects Tonkin-Liu the sculpture resembles a windblown tree; it is constructed from scaffolding poles welded together in concentric circles, the pipes having been tuned to emit a melodious hum as the wind blows through them. Video by huckleberry films The Singing- Ringing Tree | visitburnley The Singing- Ringing Tree | visitburnley
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Oistins Fish Fry - a must-do in Barbados! Oistins is an active fishing town on the south coast and is a hub of activity on weekend nights. On Friday night particularly, the big thing to do is go to the fish fry at Oistins Bay Gardens. The food is the main draw - excellent fish, (tuna, swordfish, marlin, mahi-mahi, flying fish), lobster, chicken etc served in an extremely informal setting. Oistins Fish Fry - a must-do in Barbados!
Coordinates: Glasson Dock, also known as Glasson, is a village in England, south of Lancaster, at the mouth of the River Lune. It is in the City of Lancaster district of Lancashire. History[edit] Prior to becoming a dock, Glasson was the site of small farming and fishing community, known as Old Glasson and Brows-saltcote. Directly across the river from Glasson lies the village of Overton.[1] Glasson Dock Glasson Dock
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Opacity - Abandoned Photography and Urban Exploration In the town of Homestead P.A., just over the Pittsburgh city line, once stood the Homestead Steel Works (later Carnegie Steel, and lastly U.S. Steel), fed by rail lines and a fleet of steamships on the Monongahela River. Across the river sat the Carrie Furnaces, technically located in the town of Rankin. Built in 1907, these furnaces produced iron for Homestead for 72 years. These massive towers stood 92 feet tall, and produced 1,250 tons of iron a day during the years of peak production (1950s-1960s). The cooling system required over 5 million gallons of water from the river on a daily basis. Opacity - Abandoned Photography and Urban Exploration
15 Most Magical Places in the World Want to share the magic? Tweet or Stumble this article! Wizards, sorcerers, hobbits and goblins. This maybe the stuff of fairy-tales but you can bring magic to life! Visit these breath-taking magical destinations and live out your own travel legend! Travel and make-believe certainly go hand in hand. 15 Most Magical Places in the World
Ghent Ghent (/ˈɡɛnt/; Dutch: Gent, pronounced [ɣ̟ɛn̪t̪]; French: Gand, pronounced: [ɡɑ̃]) is a city and a municipality located in the Flemish region of Belgium. It is the capital and largest city of the East Flanders province. The city started as a settlement at the confluence of the Rivers Scheldt and Lys and in the Middle Ages became one of the largest and richest cities of northern Europe. Shortly after 1500 AD the city were home to 175,000 people.[2] Today it is a busy city with a port and a university. The ten-day-long "Ghent Festival" (Gentse Feesten in Dutch) is held every year.
As you walk along the 4 mile (8km) circular route you will not only see the ancient base rocks that form the Peak District, but also the many rare plants, birds and trees they support. It’s this rich variety of unique geological features and plant life that prompted Natural England to declare the Ingleton Glens a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Swilla Glen The first section of the walk follows the River Twiss through Swilla Glen, a deep glen cut into carboniferous limestone. Walks Yorkshire – Walks in Yorkshire – Waterfalls Yorkshire
Top 10 Terrifying Places on Earth Paranormal experiences are not an unknown affair. Every religion or culture speaks about good and evil, God and Satan, blessed and cursed. There are many locations all around the world that are said to be possessed by something unexplained or mysterious. If you do not believe in spirits and haunted mansions, I assure you after reading this article – you will start having faith in these phantom creatures. Following are the Top 10 terrifying places that can be found on earth. The countdown is backed by the history of true ghost stories that make them world’s scariest places of all times.
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Escape 3 Mount Kilimanjaro, AfricaCatch the first sunrise from the roof of Africa At nearly 6000m above sea level, Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest freestanding peak in Africa and an excellent spot to witness the first sunrise of the year. You set off from base camp at midnight, and after six hours of trekking, exhausted and freezing with temperatures falling below minus 20, you may start to wish you never came. But once you reach the snowy Uhuru summit just before sunrise, you’ll forget about the relentless uphill climb and revel in the unparalleled feeling of accomplishment.
Shot with a Fuji X100 at 23mm, F8, 1,9 sec and ISO 3200. (Same applies to this pictures as the previous one) Best seen on black (by pressing L) to have larger view! Comments are always welcome and favs most appreciated. Fairytale at night, Luxembourg Old Town ..._(Explored Highest Postion #2)
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