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Photo © Neil H (20th August 2010)
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"Saracen's Head"

The wooden half timbered building with a central archway. Dates from the 12th century. King Charles I surrended here to the Scots. He was later executed by the Parliamentarians.

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Photographer: © Neil H (Gallery)(20th August 2010)
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Saracen's Head

The wooden half timbered building with a central archway. Dates from the 12th century. King Charles I surrended here to the Scots. He was later executed by the Parliamentarians.
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Camera Make: SONY Model: DSLR-A230
Exposure Program: Program, Focal length: 30 mm, ISO: 100, Exposure time: 1/160 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: August 17, 2010, 10:38 pm
ImageID:1123791, Image size: 3414 x 2590 pixels

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Comment by cathyml(21st August 2010)

What a beautifully presented pub, very attractive pic

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Comment by Peggy CannellPremier Member! Click for more info..(21st August 2010)

Great Picture, That Charles 1 certainy got around

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Comment by Ruth Gregory(22nd August 2010)

Lovely picture, Neil. There's a Saracen's Head in Bath, too.

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Comment by JauntyJane(22nd August 2010)

Very colourful

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Comment by Neil H (Photo owner)(22nd August 2010)

Thank you all for your kind comments. It is a nice place Cathy and it was once called The Kings Head Peggy, until he had it chopped off. Bath is a lovely place Ruth, one of my favourites. I guess the the flowers in the hanging baskets make the picture, the icing on the cake.....Regards to all, Neil.

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