Clent Hills Worcestershire from the air
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aerial photograph of Clent Hills Worcestershire England UK showing crowds of ramblers at the top of Clent Hill, one of the Clent Hills range. With around a million visitors per year, Clent Hills are Worcestershire's top free tourist attraction. At the top of Clent hill, in the centre of the photo, is a folly resembling a stone henge, and on the centre right is the toposcope erected in 1929 which marks the summit at 196m.
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