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Camden Crescent has Grade I listed buildings from late 18th century..
Camden Crescent has Grade I listed buildings from late 18th century.
Bath, United Kingdom
The Museum of Bath at Work showcases the commercial development of Bath over the last 2000 years, from the time of the Roman Baths when the city was known for its spas
The Museum of Bath Architecture explores the city's rich architectural heritage and its transformation from a provincial town to Georgian city in the 18th century
Walcot Street is Bath's Artisan Quarter, with a bohemiam vibe and several small boutiques
The Fashion Museum showcases changing trends in fashion from the 16th century to the present day
Bath is an elegant and historic Georgian city which lies an hour away from London
The Museum of East Asian Art houses a collection of almost 2,000 artifacts such as ceramics, jades, lacquers, bronzes and bamboo carvings and more, from China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia
The Octagon Chapel was built in 1767 as a uniquely shaped private church, but now houses a jewelry shop
The neoclassical Cleveland Bridge over the Avon River was built in 1826 by William Hazledine
Lansdown Crescent on Lansdown Hill comprises 20 four-storeyed Georgian houses built between 1789 and 1793