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Cavendish Place is a Georgian terrace with early 19th century Bath stone houses..
Cavendish Place is a Georgian terrace with early 19th century Bath stone houses.
Bath, United Kingdom
Overlooking Royal Victoria Park , the Royal Crescent is a row of 30 Grade I listed terraced houses built between 1767 - 1775 and laid out in an arc that is renowned for its archetypal Georgian architecture
Lansdown Crescent on Lansdown Hill comprises 20 four-storeyed Georgian houses built between 1789 and 1793
Sion Hill is a wealthy neighbourhood in the upper part of Bath, with elegant Georgian buildings in Bath stone from the 19th century
Camden Crescent has Grade I listed buildings from late 18th century
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
Victoria Park is Bath's largest park, sprawling over 57 acres of greenery in front of the Royal Crescent
The Circus is a sprawling circle comprising 3 curved segments of Grade I listed Georgian townhouses around a central garden
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 Herschel Museum of Astronomy is housed in a restored Georgian townhouse that was home to astronomer William Herschel, who discovered Uranus using a 7' reflecting telescope built in the attached workshop here in March 1781