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This is one of Wellingborough's oldest buildings, and possesses a genuine minstrel's gallery. It was constructed as a house in 1540 and it displays a fine combination of limestone and ironstone lines and a stout timber-framed bay which projects from the left side of the main entrance. It was modified during the 17th century and in 1830 it became an inn. It is now known as the Golden Lion.  This photo seems to be getting a lot of visitors recently. I'm intrigued to know why. Can an...

This is one of Wellingborough's oldest buildings, and possesses a genuine minstrel's gallery. It was constructed as a house in 1540 and it displays a fine combination of limestone and ironstone lines and a stout timber-framed bay which projects from the left side of the main entrance. It was modified during the 17th century and in 1830 it became an inn. It is now known as the Golden Lion. This photo seems to be getting a lot of visitors recently. I'm intrigued to know why. Can an...

Elizabethan houses, Stratford-upon-Avon, via Flickr.

Elizabethan houses, Stratford-upon-Avon, via Flickr.

Fenton House Garden by Aref-Adib, via Flickr

Fenton House Garden by Aref-Adib, via Flickr

Chipping Camden by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

Chipping Campden is a small market town within the Cotswolds. It is a popular Cotswold tourist destination with old inns, hotels, specialist shops and restaurants. These stone cottages are adjacent to the large "wool" church.

High Street, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, South West England, UK || by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

High Street, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, South West England, UK || by Baz Richardson, via Flickr

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