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Somerset's Fascinating Facts For a spectacular view of Bath National Trust in Bath - Prior Park and Bath Skyline
Fascinating Somerset facts - Did you know there is a Hill just outside Bath, Somerset that is linked to Saxon Battles and the Iron Age and also featured in a very famous music artist song in the mid 70's.
Fascinating Somerset facts The Kennet and Avon Cannel runs 140 KM through Bath, Somerset Linking the Bristol Channel and London. Completed in 1810, this canal was the culmination of 80 years’ work as the River Kennet and River Avon were joined by the canal.
Somerset's Fascinating Facts - Find out what two of the world's most famous authors, 'Dickens' & 'Jane Austen' said about this very important building with Bath's incredible heritage, which they visited in the days of fashionable society.
Find out what two of the worlds most famous authors wrote about one of Baths most important Georgian buildings!
Somerset's Fascinating Facts
'Imagine Somerset for a moment as a giant soup bowl'.
Somerset's Fascinating Facts - The world heritage city of Bath is one of the most popular tourist destinations in England
The City of Bath in Somerset has been hosting visitors since around AD 60, when the Romans started building a temple complex and discovered healing hot waters emanating from a nearby spring. The town was named Aquae Sulis, in honour of the Roman goddess Minerva and the Celtic goddess Sulis, an early attempt at reconciliation between the old and new gods.
Somerset's Fascinating Facts - Over 2800 years ago, the celts built a shrine to the goddess Sulis.
In Bath, Somerset the Celts discovered fissures in the ground at Bath, Somerset ejecting hot water. Here hot water rises at the rate of 1,170,000 litres per day.
Somerset Fascinating Facts - The journey through Somerset starting 14700 years ago. Find out where & when Britain’s oldest complete human was found.