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View of Buckfast Abbey Buckfast Abbey is the home of a Roman Catholic Community of Benedictine monks in Devon, England. The first monastery was founded in 1018, but was suppressed by Henry VIII in 1539. It was refounded in 1882. The Abbey Church was rebuilt by the monks themselves. Buckfast now welcomes almost half a million visitors each year.
Badgers Holt, at Dartmeet of world-famed beauty, was once an old fishing lodge belonging to the Manor of Spitchwick, mentioned in the Domesday Book, and the Clapper Bridge or Old Packhorse Bridge is some 2000 years old. View of Dartmeet
View of Eden Project The Eden Project is an International Visitor Destination, a global garden for the 21st century and beyond, a dramatic setting in which to tell the fascinating story of people’s dependence on plants and a gateway to a sustainable future. In this giant crater in Cornwall we bring the stories of our world to life.
Widecombe-in-the-Moor, is a picturesque scattered village in a valley on the eastern side of Dartmoor Forest. Its parish is a detached member of Haytor Hundred. The parish rises in bold hills from the river Dart and several of its tributary streams, and great improvements have been made of late years in the Forest farms. . . . The Church (St. Pancras,) is a large ancient structure with a lofty tower and six bells. View of Widdecombe in the Moor
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