Monday, August 26, 2013


Before leaving UK, we put on the hats of tourists.  We went to BATH, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which is not dissimilar in terms of architecture from the City of Cheltenham.
 The Royal Crescent - a street of 30 terraced houses of Georgian architecture built some 230 years ago.

 This row of houses sloping down from the Crescent.

Old warehouses along the River Avon converted into office spaces.

A shopping street in Bath
 The iconic red box has been modernised for a different usage.

 The view near Pulteney Bridge

Pulteney Bridge

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