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Historical Legacies of England – Part I

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     The history of England has been likened to an onion – with each layer peeled back there are dozens more waiting below the surface. Neolithic stone circles, Roman villas, forts and roads, Anglo-Saxon burial grounds and churches – then comes the Norman invasion and their great era of castles and cathedrals. From the smallest parish church to the grandest of manor houses, England abounds in history.

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