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Churches and Religious Buildings: Coventry Cathedral Reminds of Reconciliation

To stand in the ruins of the former Coventry Cathedral is to stand in one of the most evocative places in England. This place, with its charred cross and Reconciliation statue, is a reminder of the futility of war, but also of the possibility of reconciliation.

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England Cumbria’s Foremost Attraction: Windermere Lake Cruises

Steamers and launches sail daily throughout the year and, in addition to scheduled public sailings from Ambleside, Bowness and Lakeside, Windermere Lake Cruises is one of the principal visitor attractions in Cumbria and is rated amongst the top ten in England.

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Britain First National Park: Peak District National Park

The Peak District National Park covers 555 sq. miles at the southern end of the Pennines between Sheffield and Manchester. It was the first National Park to be set up in Britain in 1951 and, although mostly in Derbyshire, covers parts of six counties. About 38,000 people live in the Park. The major industries are farming, mineral extraction and tourism.

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Fly on London Eye and Get Breathtaking Views of London Panorama

As the London Eye is set in motion, you will feel a keen sense of anticipation. The London Eye – the Giant Observation Wheel, became operational in January 2000. Standing proud in London’s Jubilee Gardens, on the South Bank of the River Thames the British Airways’ London Eye, is a focal point of the Nation’s celebration of the New Century.

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Explore Wealth of Art at Top London Museums for Free

At London’s museums you can see one of the world’s finest collections, world’s wealth. You’ll be amazed what you can discover in London museums. There are many London museums to choose from, including the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum. Many of London’s big museums are free, so it won’t cost you a penny to see all that London museums have to offer.

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Students Travel Guide: Backpack in UK as Rite of Passage 20-something

For as long as there have been affordable trans-Atlantic flights, backpacking in Europe has been a rite of passage for 20-somethings. It’s a natural and easy decision for travelers to start their overseas vacation somewhere within the United Kingdom.

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Great Manchester Attractions: Information of Manchester United Museum & Tour Centre

The city of Manchester is often described as the Capital of the North, with a vibrant arts and culture scene. Attractions in or near Manchester, such as Manchester United Museum & Tour Centre are listed below. It is the third most visited city in the UK and is well known for its sporting connections.

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