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England monuments

  1. 1. Iron Bridge (Polish Iron Bridge) - the bridge built in1779 over the River Severn in Ironbridge in the Englishcounty of Shropshire, is the worlds first large bridgestructure made of cast iron, previously used to build​​bridges of wood or stone.
  2. 2. • Truro Cathedral (called Truro Cathedral), formally the Cathedral ofOur Lady in Truro (called Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary inTruro) - Anglican cathedral located in the capital city of Cornwall,Truro. Neo-Gothic church was the first since the thirteenth centurycathedral built from scratch in the UK. It is one of three Britishcathedrals of three towers (next to the church in Lichfield andEdinburgh).
  3. 3. • Winchester Cathedral - Cathedral of the HolyTrinity, St. Peter and Paul and St. Swituna inWinchester - one of the largest Gothic cathedralsin England. It is headquartered Bishop ofWinchester and center of the Diocese ofWinchester.
  4. 4. • Pulteney Bridge - a stone arch bridge consists of threespans, situated on the River Avon in Bath in south-westEngland. It was built in 1773 and designed by Scottisharchitect Robert Adam. [1] Pulteney Bridge is one ofonly four bridges in the world that is built on bothsides along its span. The building of the bridge consistsof stalls and shops.
  5. 5. • Blenheim Palace - momumentalna farmhouselocated in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. Asthe only one in England object of this type iscalled "Palace" (Palace), without being owned byecclesiastical authority or royalty.
  6. 6. • Culbone Church - the Church of Sts. Bruno, located inthe village Culbone at Porlock, in the English county ofSomerset. It is considered the smallest church inEngland. [1] The church was built in the thirteenthcentury and is a listed building class I. The church stillheld masses [2].The church is the altar area of 4.1 mx 3.0 m and the​​nave - 6.6 mx 3.8 m [3].
  7. 7. • Angielski Heritage (full name: Historic Buildingand Monuments Commission for England) -Agenda for the British government takes care ofbuilding monuments in England. Establishedunder the Act of 1983, which at the same timesolve the existing body taking care ofmonuments on behalf of the Government
  8. 8. Gatcombe Park - country house and the royalestate situated in the county of Gloucestershire,five miles to the south of Stroud. Today it is aprincipal residence Princess Anne and herhusband Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence
  9. 9. • Ironbridge - a village in north-west England, in thecounty of Shropshire, on the River Severn. It is locatedin the worlds first bridge, the span was built entirely ofmetal (iron). This is called in English simply Iron Bridge- "Iron Bridge". The bridge, 30 meters long, is passedover the bed of the River Severn. Completed in 1779.Yes town and the gorge took on the name of thebridge - Ironbridge.
  10. 10. • Winchester Cathedral - Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, St. Peterand Paul and St. Swituna in Winchester - one of the largestGothic cathedrals in England. It is headquartered Bishop ofWinchester and center of the Diocese of Winchester.
  11. 11. The mill has been recorded since the time of the DomesdayBook. The mill building in its present location is recorded inthe fifteenth century. We had one mill water wheel on thefar side of the river. In the 60s The seventeenth century itwas extended by a second water wheel, this time on theside of the village. It is still used [1].
  12. 12. • Pulteney Bridge - a stone arch bridge consists of three spans,situated on the River Avon in Bath in south-west England. Itwas built in 1773 and designed by Scottish architect RobertAdam. [1] Pulteney Bridge is one of only four bridges in theworld that is built on both sides along its span. The buildingof the bridge consists of stalls and shops