Pictures of Devon
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A County that forms part of the South-West Peninsula of England, Devon is the third largest County and borders the popular Counties of Dorset, Somerset and Cornwall. Devon boasts some of Englands finest beaches, has a wealth interesting History to discover and many pretty Villages including Clovelly, one of the most famous villages in the world. Interesting places to visit include Torquay a popular holiday resort and birthplace of Dame Agatha Christie, the most popular crime writer of all time and Tavistock the centre of a beautiful and fascinating district and birthplace of the famous explorer Sir Francis Drake.
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Croyde village has a scattering of thatched, colourwashed cottages and other delightful buildings, all sheltered by dunes which stand between the village and the bay...
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Charming village in the Devonshire countryside with a wonderful old thatched pub serving excellent food and a fantastic church. Well worth a look..
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Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the Devon coast, it lies between the picturesque estuaries of both the River Exe and the River Teign...
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Exeter is a bustling city in the heart of the county of Devon. It's mix of modern and functional with old and cultural makes for an interesting place to live, and to visit...
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There is not a lot to beat the sound of waves crashing against the rocky promontory which was known by the Roman's as the "Promontory of Hercules"...
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This is a city that evokes stirring memories of England's great maritime past...
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The town is mostly Victorian and Edwardian in character, you only have to cast your eyes above today's modern shop fronts to see handsome overhanging bay windows which belong firmly to another era...
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In the summer months Torcross is a popular tourist destination. Part of the bank of shingle on which Torcross stands, takes in Slapton Ley, a 270 acre freshwater lake, an important winter habitat for wildfowl...
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One of the most amazing things about this fine abbey is that it was built almost entirely by amateur builders. The Benedictine.....
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Fortune rarely smiles on people the way it did on Sir Julius Drewe. In 1899 at the age of 33 he was able to retire from the.....
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Outstanding grounds surround this late 14th century house, with original great hall, outer courtyard and a collection of other.....
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This unique double ringed circle is less dramatic than most and is interesting for the fact that the circles lie side by side.....
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Walking towards the handsome Georgian property known as Killerton House, you get only a hint of the surprises awaiting you.....
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Lundy means "puffin island" in Norse. It is a place of rare enchantment and great natural beauty, a precious island populated.....
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Pecorama offers a real treat for everyone visiting Beer, a pretty coastal resort which was once the haunt of Smugglers.
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