Mendip Hills

Description

The Mendip Hills or Mendips are located in Somerset, eastern England, south of Bristol. They are formed of a type of limestone. Highest elevation is 325 meters. Much of the hills is open calcareous grassland, rich in flowers. Parts are woodland. The grazing fields are bordered by dry stone walls, giving the landscape a special flavor. 

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  • Beyond Bristol: 24 Country Walks
  • Bristolians are blessed with beautiful countryside on their doorstep. Deep-cut coombes, hidden valleys, woodlands, uplands and stately landscapes are within easy reach of the weary and the restless. A little further, and you`re on the ups and downs of the Mendip Hills, the deceptively tough topography of the Cotswolds and the glowering skies of... Lire la suite
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  • Weston-super-Mare 1919-1922
  • Map No. 182, Weston-super-Mare 1919-1922, in the Cassini Historical Series of old Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales at 1:50,000 in a format designed to offer a convenient comparison with the present day coverage from the OS, and most locations in three different editions. Old historical maps have been combined so that the sheet lines... Lire la suite
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