The Royal Crescent Bath aerial photograph
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aerial photograph of The Royal Crescent Bath Somerset England UK. The Royal Crescent was constructed 1767 - 1774 and designed by John Wood, the Younger. The rich architectural heritage of Bath, of which this is a prime example, is the reason it became a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Grade I listed buildings is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in England.In 2002 TV's Time Team did an archaeological dig on the lawns in front of the Royal Crescent, uncovering significant Roman remains including a lost section of the Fosse Way.
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