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Right: Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire, is owned by the National Trust. Both the house and the extensive gardens are open to the public.

Right: Ashridge House, Hertfordshire, once the home of the Duke of Bridgewater, is now a management college.

Above: Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk, is another National Trust house and garden open to the public.

Right: Street scene at Hastings, Sussex.

Above: Rottingdean village, near Brighton.

Left: Eynsford in Kent.

Right: Mermaid Street, Rye, Sussex. This town is one of the Cinque Ports formed during the 11th century to defend England. Changes to the coastline over the years have left the town several miles from the sea.

Right: Shakespeare's Birthplace in Henley Street, Stratford upon Avon.

Left: Newby Hall, Yorkshire.

Right: A house by the Torrin Road, Isle of Skye, Scotland.

Right: Duffryn House and Gardens to the West of Cardiff.

Above: Cottages near Ogmore Castle. South Glamorganshire, Wales.

Left: Monument Valley, on the Arizona/Utah border, USA. A woman enters a traditional Navajo dwelling called a hogan, now used to display traditional spinning and weaving techniques to visitors.

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