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Blenheim Palace was built to honour the military victories of John Churchill, the 1st Duke of Marlborough. His descendant, the great Sir Winston Churchill, was born here and was much inspired by its history.
Only minutes outside of Oxford in the small town of Woodstock, Blenheim Palace delights visitors with a unique history, elaborate architecture, elegant rooms, and world class gardens. As the birthplace of Winston Churchill, learn more about the Prime Minster at the Churchill Exhibit. Also on site is the 1.8 acre Marlborough hedge maze, the second largest symbolic hedge maze in the world. Visit the butterfly garden or take a stroll around Blenheim Gardens. Via ExpertExplorers.com | #UK
This is a street in Moreton-in-Marsh, Cotswolds. This is a guide to a country walk in Moreton-in-Marsh, England. It’s one if the best Cotswolds walks. This Cotswolds walking tour will show you the English countryside and Cotswolds villages and town. It’s one of the best walks in the Cotswolds. It’s great if you love walking in the Cotswolds and enjoy Cotswolds, England walks.
The Jane Austen Festival in Bath, England. Oh my goodness, this is for real!
Relax on the white-sand shorelines of Princess Cays. Enjoy the natural paradise, a beach barbeque, MedallionNet and more.
15. The Land Run was originally supposed to be a raffle. Maybe the most famous, iconic moment in Oklahoma’s history nearly never happened. The original idea for the land run was to have all interested land runners fill out a form with their desired section of land. If their name was called, the land was theirs.