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The City of Bath, through my eyes

The City of Bath, through my eyes

Bath is one of the few quintessential cities in England. The Georgian architecture gives a golden glow to the city of Bath. Here is an account of the Golden City of Bath through my eyes.

A view from our Hotel room.


The Magnificient Bath Abbey.


Entrance of Roman Baths


Britain’s only Hot Spring – The Roman Baths. Almost 2 million litres of hot water surfaces from the springs every day. The above picture is a sample of Bath complex built by the Romans.


The Royal Crescent.


The waxwork of Jane Austen at the Jane Austen Centre.


Pulteney Bridge, Horseshoe weir across the Avon River


Sally Lunn’s house – where the journey of Bath bun started.


Victoria Art Gallery


Fashion from the 1730s; Green and Pink brocade woven silk open robe.
In 1958, Elizabeth Taylor wore this dress to the theatre in London. Beaded dress, made from synthetic silk fabric and the all-over applied ‘crystal’ beads.


Attractive umbrella canopy adorning the streets of the City of Bath.




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