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Rochester Christmas Market

The castle, Rochester, England. No Copyright Library of Congress

Rochester-Chatham is a town in Kent which is located along the River Medway about 50 kilometers east of London, the city’s history begins with its founding by the Romans, who named it Durobrivae. Rochester was continuously inhabited in the Middle Ages. A Norman castle and cathedral were built in the eleventh century, these two buildings are still the main visitor attractions ...

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Bath Christmas Market

Bath Christmas Market

Bath is a natural spa in the UK, is located in the county of Somerset, in the south-west of England, just 15 km from the city of Bristol. Its spas were famous since Roman times, they, in fact, exploited the thermal springs intensely during the centuries of their control of Britain, at that time Bath was known under the name ...

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Manchester Christmas Markets

Manchester Christmas Markets

Manchester is a city of the United Kingdom capital of the English metropolitan county of Greater Manchester. The city was founded by the Romans in 79 AD who built a fort called Mamucium. Manchester to the south is close to the Cheshire Plain, while is bordered to the north and east by the Pennines. The city center is located on the east ...

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London Christmas Markets

Leadenhall Market, London, United Kingdom. Author Herry Lawford. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

London is a city rich in all types of markets in all periods of the year, of course during Christmas there are plenty of classic Christmas markets, among the most popular are the  traditional German Christmas Market in Southbank and Hyde Park. LONDON CHRISTMAS MARKETS Dates of Christmas Markets 2018: 9 November – 27 December 2018. Closed on December 25th ...

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Devon Christmas Markets

Bovey Tracey Christmas Market

Devon, or historically Devonshire, is a county in the United Kingdom, which is located on the peninsula of Cornwall in England. The county of Devon is one of the largest counties of England. This region of the country is bounded to the north by the Celtic Sea to the east it borders with Somerset and Dorset, to the south overlooking the English Channel ...

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Yorkshire Christmas Markets

Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, England. Author Pwojdacz. No Copyright

Yorkshire is a northeastern historic county of England. The county is now divided between different official regions. The historic boundaries of Yorkshire are the River Tees to the north, the Humber to the south, the North Sea to the east and the Pennines to the west. Yorkshire geography is characterized by large expanses protected by the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. It is also home ...

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Cirencester Christmas Market

Christmas balls. Author Luis Torregrossa. No Copyright

Located in Gloucestershire, Cirencester is a city of Roman origin, one of the oldest in the country. The Romans called it Corinium Dobunnorum and it was an important seat of markets. The Romans built temples, a forum, an amphitheater and, in the second century, the town was surrounded by walls, it seems that, in Roman times, Cirencester was the second ...

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Canterbury Christmas Markets

Christmas Market in Whitefriars, Canterbury

Ancient city of Roman foundation, the Romans called it Durovernum Cantiacorum, Canterbury became famous in the twelfth century as a place of pilgrimage. The city, which lies just 60 kilometers from London, is still partially surrounded by medieval walls with a Norman castle, and has its greatest appeal in the beautiful Gothic cathedral, built between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries, ...

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Tyne and Wear Christmas Markets

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom. Author Anthony Burns. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Tyne and Wear is a metropolitan county in England’s northeast. The county is bordered to the north and west by the Northumberland, to the east is bounded by the North Sea, to the south it borders the county of Durham. The land is flat and partly wavy. The county is virtually divided into two by the River Tyne coming down from ...

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