The entire city of Bath is recognized for it's historical architecture as UNESCO World Heritage Cite. Some historians date Bath's existence as earlier than 500 BC.
|Once again my neck was up, mouth was open and camera was at the ready!|
|The Jane Austen Centre, on the street where she lived when she was in Bath. Our tour guide pointed out several places along the city where she based scenes from her novels.|
|Karina, Danielle, Romela and I in front of the Crescent.|
|Legend has it that the acorns on top represent a man and a pig who both had leprosy and were cured by bathing in the Roman Baths. Pigs like acorns, and the man apparently lured it out of the bath with the treat.|
|Each of the symbols along the wall between pillars are unique.|
|The Victoria Art Gallery, and a boat tour :)|
|Karina, Danielle and I.|
The current Bath Abbey, founded in 1499, was the last medieval cathedral built in England. It's history runs much longer however, as first an Anglo-Saxon church in 757 AD, and a Norman Cathedral in 1090.