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Top best places to visit in Bristol, England
Bristol, the largest city in South West England, is one of the most interesting cities in the UK.
This city has an eclectic combination of architectural styles and is one of the most culturally vibrant towns in England. By locals Bristol is called Brizzle or Bristle.
A good place to start exploring the city is the Castle Park with the ruins of St Peter’s Church and the ruins of Bristol Castle.
This used to be a network of busy streets and shops until it was bombed during the second world war.
In the Old Town there are plenty of interesting buildings from most of the architectural periods of the UK.
In this neighborhood there also is the Queen Square, a garden with the Statue of William III.
A short walk from there is the St Mary Radcliffe Church.
Which has been a place of Christian worship for over 900 years.
But the most prominent church is the Bristol Cathedral.
Founded in the Norman era it is the seat of the diocese of Bristol.
Besides the cathedral on College Green are also the Central Library and the City Hall, the seat of local government.
Not far away from there is the Georgian House, a well-preserved example of a typical 18th century town house.
The next place to go is the city’s major museum, the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery,
And a landmark of the University of Bristol, the Wills Memorial Building.
Further along the same street are the Royal West of England Academy of Art and the Victoria Rooms.
Possibly the city’s most famous landmark, spanning the spectacular Avon Gorge and the River Avon at a height of 75m, is the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
On top of the Clifton Hill, right at the bridge, is a nice park and the Observatory with camera obscura and an entrance to the cave.
In Clifton district is one of the most expensive streets in the city.
Royal York Crescent, which was reputed to be the longest terrace in Europe.
The best place to see the city from high up is Cabot Tower on Brandon Hill.
From there, there is a nice view of the Old Town,
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