_GG***71Potterheads this is the place to be. Feel like walking through Diagon Alley or just purchasing a wand at the Store that Must Not be Named. Be sure to go there early in the morning to beat the crowd and avoid weekends.
_GG***71City walls gives you that medieval time feels. 2000 years in 2miles it is open to public and closes at dusk(depends on season). Its an exciting way to just explore the city and relive the past ...
大头happyJinan's old railway station memory is in Jiaoji railway museum, but there are still too few people know, the museum is really worth a visit. The highest floor there are many old railway station after the physical objects.
suifeng2019The Clifford Tower in the sunset stands on a small hill. Although it is an old fortress with broken walls, it is full of vitality due to the lush lawn under the tower. The children were laughing and running on the lawn.
suifeng2019The ruins of a lonely monastery standing on a cliff. When Bram Stoker saw it, he should have been so dilapidated, staring at the northern coastline. The towering pillars and famous ribs are majestic and profound, and they are silently telling the past.
Jan 28, 2021 York Weather:Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:97%, Sunrise/Sunset:07:59/16:37
York Driving:Suitable, Running:Not Recommended, Cycling:Not Recommended
When you travel to the UK, how can you not go to York! York, a classical and romantic town in the northeast of England, is a famous historic city in the UK. The prototype of Diagonal Lane in Harry Potter is in York, where the wedding party is also here!
Come to York, you must not miss York Minster! York Minster was built in 1220 and completed in 1470. It is the old medieval cathedral in Europe and one of the world's most exquisite churches in design and architecture.
York Cathedral is mainly built with stone. It is magnificent and exquisite in craftsmanship. It has remained solid and straightforward for hundreds of years! The spire at the top of the church is like a sharp thorn in the sky, giving people a deep and solemn history, especially those carvings are amazing!
The appearance of the church is magnificent, and the interior is exquisite and gorgeous! A large piece of stained glass on the east side of the church, the size of which is almost the size of a tennis court. It is the medieval stained glass window of the world, composed of more than 100 patterns, it is amazing! In addition, the location of the Hogwarts Hall in the Harry Potter movies is in the York Church Hall!
Attractions Name: York Minster York Minster
Attractions Address: York Minster
York's most authentic afternoon tea in the Betty Tea Room
1st floor is a store selling boxed tea and desserts
If you want to have afternoon tea, you need to queue up on the 2nd floor
all employees wear uniforms
to the whole The atmosphere of afternoon tea adds an ancient atmosphere
19th century ladies who always like to drink afternoon tea look very comfortable
and today afternoon tea is still popular with many people and look at English afternoon tea Past and present
traditional afternoon tea is usually served between 4pm and 6pm
Exactly this is a light meal and not just tea.
Meals include exquisite sandwiches (sliced cucumber sandwiches made from toasted bread is a classic choice), freshly baked English scones topped with cream and jam, and cakes and other desserts.
Of course, coffee or tea with milk and sugar.
York is one of the most famous historical and cultural cities in the UK. It has deep roots with the Roman Empire and the Vikings. Its history can be traced back to the year 71 AD and was once the capital of the Britannia Inferior. Rich historical assets have driven York's tourism industry, with up to two million visitors each year making York the most visited city in England. York is also known for its chocolate industry and York University.
mentioning York York, what he has to mention is its relationship with New York, New York. New York was born in 1664 AD. In 1651, the Battle of Britain and the Netherlands broke out. In 1664, Britain defeated the Netherlands and acquired the territory of "New Amsterdam." The British soldiers who missed their hometowns used the name of the home town of England to name the settlements of the New World. New York (New York) One of them is the Chinese translation of "New York", which is now the fifth most cosmopolitan city in the world.
Just in bad weather, visit the indoor York Cathedral
it is the largest Gothic church in the UK
Gothic style architecture is the biggest feature is the height of the spire and the sky
church everywhere It is a stone pillar connecting the sky and the earth
or a few hundred steps of narrow steps overlooking the entire Yorkshire
York Cathedral, also known as St. Peter's Basilica, is the largest extremist medieval Gothic church in Europe.
is one of the most exquisite churches in the world of design and architecture. It is magnificent and solemn, and it took more than 200 years to build. The
church was built in 627 AD, when it was an all-wood structure that was destroyed by war in the civil war.
1060, the Normans captured York, built the first Norman church, and still see the cornerstone and basement of the church.
Every evening, the evening prayers of the cathedral are in harmony with the beautiful singing and organ of the choir,
adds to the majestic atmosphere of York Minster, and the whole piece of stained glass in the southeast of the church is the largest in the world. Medieval stained-glass windows, the north wing of the
church is in early British style; the front hall and choir and small auditorium are decorated in a baroque style, the
central hall is in a central axis symmetry, and the hall is "Harry" The location of the Hogwarts Hall in Porter.
Yorkshire does not rely on the sea to flow at least one Uss River
divide York into two main centers in the east
from the west railway station to the east of the York Church downtown
this Us River The bridge is a must-have every day
the rivers of north-central England, with tributaries flowing through the central part of the Benning Mountains and the York Valley, in Swale, east of Boroughbridge in central North Yorkshire. The river and the Ure river merge.
England River. It originates 8 km (5 miles) west of Brackley, Northamptonshire, and passes through Buckingham, Bedford, Huntington, and St. Ives to Earith. Inject into The Wash in the North Sea. There are locks on the river and the boat can be traced back to Bedford. There are fisheries and gold rushing industries along the river. The river is sometimes referred to as the Great Us River, unlike several rivers of the same name in other parts of England.
Howard Castle is a certain distance from York. Even if the road is far away, the traffic is inconvenient
how many people come to visit the Howard family's living
and because Jay Chou is here to hold the wedding to catch up, even the movie
hometown after the storm Here framing
not big castle but there is a marginal grass and lake
temporary decision to go to the outskirts of York Howard Castle
also because of today's rare good weather must go Howard Castle patted photos
yes is the place where Jay Chou got married
but it should be noted that the number of flights from York to Howard Castle may be 3-4 classes
specific or to the local bus stop to view
The last return seems to be 4 o'clock. I just rushed back to York
at the end of the castle road sign. This garden
is full of lavender and the British national flower rose.
The exquisite Italian-style garden is behind the main building, and the entire building is completely integrated into the artificially beautified nature. The entrance hall is gorgeous and the circular staircase surrounds the top of the building. Columns, vaults, and surrounding walls are covered with exquisite carvings and paintings. The stained glass in the chapel is a boutique in the building. The sunny light shines from the high window and the interior is full of brilliance. Howard Castle is a rule that faces the south of the 17th century in the UK, and the facade is facing north. The hall is located in the center of the building. It covers an area of 515 square meters and is 20 meters high. The central dome is a typical Baroque style. It was designed and built by the famous architect Carpenter.
On both sides of the main entrance is the antique corridor in the old castle, which houses the antiques collected by the Earl of Carlisle in the 18th and 19th centuries. The mythical figures and the gods in various civilizations reflect the classical civilization and mysterious culture at that time. Strong interest. The furniture in the museum hall includes chairs from the Regency era, Persian rugs and many portraits of 17th-century family members. The portraits on the promenade are simply the genealogy of the Howard family. The chapel is located in the west wing of the castle. The stained glass is the Lord Stanton and the then Naval Minister Howard was transformed from 1870 to 1875.
Howard Castle is located in North Yorkshire, England, and is owned and inhabited by the Howard family. The castle was first built by Charles, the third-generation Charles Carlisle. After his death in 1692, he commissioned John Van Burle to design and build this luxurious Baroque Howard Castle in North Yorkshire.
On the evening of January 17, 2015, Jay Chou and Kun Ling held a Christian wedding ceremony at the church of the same name in Selby, Yorkshire, England. After the ceremony, relatives and friends went to the 300-year-old Howard Fortress for a party.
The entire castle was built to show the popular general system at that time. The open English garden was unfolded in front of the main building. The brickwork on the facade of the main building was clear, and the arched windows were covered with neat and fine window edges. Uniform with the style of brick marks. The monumental arched niches feature exquisite statues that reflect the Baroque style with the dome. The huge dome at the top adds an extraordinary momentum to the building, and the side walls naturally extend through the curved surface of the arch vouchers, with smooth lines.
York Minster is the largest surviving medieval church in Europe and one of the world's finest churches of design and architecture. The
church was built in 627 AD, when it was an all-wood structure that was destroyed by war in the civil war. In 1066, the Normans captured York and built the first Norman-style church in 1080. The cornerstone and basement of the church can still be seen today. When you come to York, you must not miss York Minster, the largest Gothic church in the UK and the largest of the entire European Alps. It was built in 1220 and completed in the 1470s. In 1984, part of the building of York Minster was destroyed by fire and was seriously damaged. It has been repaired.