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Great Britain’s World Heritage Sites

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Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites The Ring of Brodgar is a perfectly circular henge monument on the The Orkney Islands comprised of 60 megaliths, of which 27 remain standing today. The ring dates from the third millenium BC. Scotla (...)
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites An isolated picnic table on the Orkney Islands. Scotland, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Hadrian's Wall is a defensive wall marking the northern boundary of Roman Britain and was built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 122 AD. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Curtains in the bedroom where Winston Churchill was born at Blenheim Palace. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Blenheim Palace and land were given to the Duke of Marlborough by Queen Anne in gratitude for his decisive victory against the French King Louis XIV in 1704. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, Blenheim Palace was built between 1705 and 1722 in Oxfordshire. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Overlooking the gardens of Blenheim Palace. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites At the waters edge near the Blenheim Palace. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Stonehenge is located in Wiltshire on Salisbury Plain. England, Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites View of the historic waterfront in Liverpool's landmark 'Three Graces' buildings.The Maritime Mercantile City. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites The megalithic ruin of Stonehenge is a series of earth, timber and stone structures which were built between 2950 - 1400 BC. England, Britain. 2004 © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Parts of the Hadrian's defensive Wall still stand today. England, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites G.B. ENGLAND. Oxfordshire. Woodstock. Blenheim Palace. World Heritage Site. The Palace and land given to the Duke of Marlborough by Queen Anne in gratitude for his decisive victory against the Fren (...)
Peter Marlow | World Heritage Sites Blaenavon World Heritage Site illustrates the pre-eminence of South Wales as the world's major producer of iron and coal in the 19th century. Wales, Great Britain. 2004. © Peter Marlow | Magnum Photos