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Stonehenge is perhaps the most significant monument in Europe dating back to the Stone Age. Stonehenge was probably an observatory or a place of worship.
Picture #1: A wall painting from the Stone Age. / Picture #2: The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes in the period from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840. / Picture #3: It was the duty of a Middle Ages Knight to learn how to fight and so serve their liege Lord according to the Code of Chivalry.
This is Brighton Pier, an enormous platform which extends more than 500 metres into the English Channel. On this pleasure promenade we find a huge amusement park as well as various arcades, restaurants and snack bars. The West Pier is older than Brighton Pier and has been closed to the public for some time now. It looks as if it might collapse at any moment.
The south of England also offers lots of sights and treasures further inland: Bodiam Castle, an idyllic castle from the 14th century, is surrounded by a wide moat. Or Leeds Castle, another medieval castle, which was built on an artificial island in the middle of a lake. The City of Canterbury was one of England’s first settlements. The city’s most important building is the huge cathedral, the religious centre of the members of the Anglican Church.