The British Isles have a worldwide reputation for a varied and colourful heritage. Over thousands of years, from the Stone Age to the Industrial Revolution, layers of history and fragments of the past have been intricately woven into the fabric and character of the islands.
The British culture and countryside correspondingly displays a fascinating array of archaeological sites and historic monuments, from stately homes, castles and cathedrals to Roman forts, Celtic earthworks and prehistoric stone circles. Hidden History has picked out three of the best regions for you to explore, each famous for their sites of World Heritage status. Further regions will be added over time.
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