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article imagePhoto essay: Springtime in Old York Special

By Tim Sandle     May 29, 2012 in Travel
York - The weather in England is wrapped in sparkling sunshine. To make use of the good weather I spent a weekend in the old English city of York, in the county of Yorkshire. Here are some of the photographs I took.
York has many varied an interesting buildings:
One of the most celebrated buildings in York is the Minster. York Minster is a cathedral in York, England and is one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe.
York cathedral
York cathedral
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Here is a picture taken inside:
Inside the Minster
Inside the Minster
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York Minster
York Minster
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There is also a Gothic theme outside, with the requisite gargoyles:
York gargoyle
York gargoyle
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Away from the Cathedral there is some natural beauty:
York river
York river
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York is well known for ghosts. I didn't see any, but I was warned about them:
Ghost spotting in York
Ghost spotting in York
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York boasts some magnificent statutes, such as:
York Lion
York Lion
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As well as some superb scenery:
Scenery at York
Scenery at York
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And old English streets:
York street
York street
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York makes for an interesting place to visit.
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