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This was the largest city we visited in the students' exchange last year.

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  1. 1. The City of Bath, England.A World Heritage CityOne of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture.The Royal Crescent is a residential road of 30 houseslaid out in a crescent (media luna).Designed by the architect John Wood the Younger andbuilt between 1767 and 1774There are 114 columns in total
  2. 2. Royal Crescent (La Media Luna Real) (Bath,England) viewed from a hot air balloon
  3. 3. Aerial View of Bath. There is a contrastbetween the architectural style of the publicfront and the private rear of this crescent.
  4. 4. The right hand end of Royal Crescent
  5. 5. Ha-ha in front of the Royal Crescent• when it was first builtit was deeper than itis at present.During World War II bomb damageoccurred,
  6. 6. Bath abbey and roman baths
  7. 7. The Circus consists of three long, curved terraces designed byJohn Wood to form a circular space or theatre intended for civicfunctions and games. It was inspired by the Colosseum in Rome
  8. 8. PULTENEY BRIDGE• Pulteney Bridge,neoclassical style.A three-archedbridge
  9. 9. The Holburne Museum of Art wasbuilt in 1795.
  10. 10. Prior Park
  11. 11. The view over Prior Park Landscape Gardentowards the city, including the Palladian bridge,which was built around 1743
  12. 12. Thermae Bath SpaLocated in BathStreet, close to theRoman Baths andthe Abbey
  13. 13. • Bath is a city in the county of Somerset inthe south west of England. It is situated 13miles (21 km) south-east of Bristol.• The population of the city is 83,992.• It was granted city status by QueenElizabeth I in 1590.• The city became part of Avon when thatcounty was created in 1974.• Since 1996, when Avon was abolished, Bathhas been the principal centre of Bath andNorth East Somerset• The houses have been home to variousnotable people for over 200 years.