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Tintern Abby in Wales.  Words can not describe this one.

Most famous church abandoned when King Henry expelled the Roman Catholic church from England and created the Church of England in the early A large, romantic gothic church, the subject of a lot of writing/poetry in the -----------------

Tintern Abbey, Wales - founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow, on 9 May 1131. It is situated in the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, on the Welsh bank of the River Wye which forms the border between Monmouthshire in Wales and Gloucestershire in England. by flambard, via Flickr

Tintern Abbey, Wales - founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow, on 9 May…

thornbury castle, Thornbury, Cotwolds, UK.  A Tudor Castle Palace boasting the oldest Tudor gardens in England is now a luxury hotel

A Tudor Castle Palace boasting the oldest Tudor gardens in England is now a luxury hotel

Aisne, Picardy, France - Septmonts Castle was built in the 13th century by Jacques de Bazoches, Bishop of Soissons, as his summer residence. Later in the late 17th century the Bishops of Soissons ceased to reside here, it was abandoned and fell to ruin.

Aisne, Picardy, France - Septmonts Castle built in the century by Jacques de Bazoches, Bishop of Soissons, as his summer residence. In the century the Bishops of Soissons ceased to reside here

Very Scary Abandoned Church | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Beautiful abandoned church located in The Stoke Newington cemetery - London, England.

Celebrating 850 years of Paisley Abbey - Paisley Abbey's origins date back to the 12th century and it is recognised as the cradle of the Royal House of Stewart. Set up on the site of an old Celtic church by 13 monks. In the 13th century, the original priory was raised to the status of an abbey and dedicated to four saints, including the local St Mirin who brought Christianity to this area in the sixth century. it is believed William Wallace was educated at the abbey by the monks.

Paisley Abbey, Paisley – Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys

Paisley Abbey's origins date back to the century and it is recognised as the cradle of the Royal House of Stewart.

Thornbury Castle, Thornbury, Gloucestershire, England. By Joana Kruse

Thornbury Castle Greeting Card for Sale by Joana Kruse

The castle was begun in 1511 as a home for Edward Stafford, third Duke of Buckingham. It is not a fortress but an example of an early Tudor country house.

HUNGARY, Ruins of an 800 year old baroque church in Zsámbék

The church and Roman lighthouse at Dover Castle, Kent, England. View from the main tower looking towards the English Channel and the French coast

The church and Roman lighthouse at Dover Castle, Kent, England, UK. View from the main tower looking towards the English Channel and the French coast

Abandoned synagogue (zsinagóga) from the 19th century in Kőszeg, Hungary

The Synagogue is now a family-operated volunteer work. Koszeg stands in the center of a sadly beautiful building, an abandoned synagogue. Romantic style was built in 1859 by the Jewish tabernacle is empty Baron Philip Schey since

Smallest of 3 churches run by Redemptorist Order of Priests  in Irish Channel.  Torn down in 1945.  It was for the french speaking population

Smallest of 3 churches run by Redemptorist Order of Priests in Irish Channel. Torn down in It was for the french speaking population

The Effects of Nature: Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey | Jane ...

The Effects of Nature: Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey

Tintern Abbey, Wales, is a Cistercian abbey standing in picturesque ruins on the southeastern border of Wales. Tintern was the first Cistercian monastery founded in Wales and only the second to be founded in all of Britain.

Pembrokeshire Coast, Wales.

Birdseye view of the Pembrokeshire coastline, Wales, UK, where I live - I'm so lucky

The ULTIMATE Top Beaches in Cornwall | The Cornish Life

The ULTIMATE Top Beaches in Cornwall

Porthcurno in Cornwall, a beautiful tranquil haven. It looks like a scene from a Rosamunde Pilcher novel.

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