Oxfordshire | South East
This splendid 17th century baroque building housed a courtroom for Assizes, raised on arches over a market space. It now houses the Abingdon Museum.
Extensive earthworks marking the site of an 11th century motte and
The extensive and picturesque ruins of a 15th century riverside manor house, including a fine hall, south-west tower, and complete dovecote nearby. The home of Richard III's henchman Lord Lovell.
Roofed conduit for Oxford's first water mains, constructed during
the early 17th century.
The remains of a large, wellbuilt Roman courtyard villa. The most important feature is a nearly complete mosaic tile floor, patterned in reds and browns.
Traditionally a monarch and his courtiers petrified by a witch, the Rollright Stones consist of three groups: the King's Men stone circle; the Whispering Knights burial chamber; and the single King ..
These atmospheric sites lie along the Ridgeway. Uffington 'Castle'
is a large Iron Age hillfort, Dragon Hill a natural mound
associated in legend with St George.
A fine and atmospheric Neolithic chambered long barrow 2km (11/4 miles) along the Ridgeway from the Uffington White Horse: it was once believed to be the habitation of the Saxon smith-god Wayland.
e.g. 'Dover Castle', 'Penzance' or 'EC1N 2ST'
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