London has a rich history and has played an important role since the Roman era; now it is a financial city and a tourist destination in Europe, with more than 130 residents living here, making its culture rich and diverse.
The Cotswolds are also translated in Kozwo, in the southwest of England, where many classical towns gather. The beauty of the 19th century artist William Morris, who admired it as "the most beautiful village in England".
In 1167, Oxford University was officially established. It is the oldest university in the English system. It has trained a number of British prime ministers and famous alumni throughout the society. Ancient colleges, library buildings, and sigh bridges are all attractions.
The well-preserved walls, streets and buildings make people feel like walking in the middle ages. Come here, don't miss the classic afternoon tea, the gorgeous York Minster!
Once a scenic maritime trade city, it was once devastated by war; the birth of the great orchestra of the world, the Beatles, made the city alive again!
Scottish capital. Walking inThe old town will see the architectural style of the medieval fortress, while the architecture of the new city tells the 18th century.
The capital of Wales is visited by about 20 million visitors every year. The name of the arcade capital, don't forget to taste the traditional cuisine of Glamorgan sausages and Wells muffins!
The capital of Northern Ireland is the "most happy" city in the UK. Indulge in the singing and laughter in the bar. It is also the main shooting scene of the well-known album "Song of Ice and Fire: Power Game".
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