The Most Beautiful Villages In North Yorkshire For You To Explore
Yorkshire has some truly stunning villages along it's coastline. Here is a guide to three of the most beautiful villages in North Yorkshire!
The current Middleham Castle, in North Yorkshire, was started in 1190 by Robert FitzRandolph near to the site of the earlier Norman 'motte and bailey' castle of the same name. This earth mounds of the first castle are still visible today on an adjoining hilltop. www.flickr.com/photos/barryslemmings/sets/72157628723762047/ to see the full set. Middleham came to prominence in the 15th century during the dyniastic wars incorrectly known as the Wars of the Roses. As one of the homes of the…
Bolton Abbey is a 12th century ruin which stands among soft green meadows bordered by woods and the River Wharfe with its delightful waterfalls. The nave of this priory was repaired and lengthened in 1864 to form the local parish church but it is the old grounds of the abbey and the area near the current rectory which is haunted by a ghostly monk.
York's streets that have Viking roots are 'gates' after the Viking word for street - 'gatta or gata? Not sure of the correct spelling, although they probably didn't go in for a lot of spelling in the 9th century. Stonegate is so-called as this was the route from the river to the MInster with the stones used in its construction in the 15th century. The street parallels the main Roman crossing and entrance to the Roman fortress of Eboracum from the 1st to 5th centuries.
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abandonedography: “ The ruins of Rievaulx Abbey in North Yorkshire, which was established in 1132 and subsequently dissolved in 1538 by the order of Henry VIII during the dissolution of the English...