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Edinburgh city guide: How to spend a weekend in the Scottish capital   Why go now?   Edinburgh is idyllic all year round but come Christmas its extra special thanks to festive markets ice skating and plenty of pubs in which to warm the cockles after a wintry walk. Theres much to excite New Years Eve revellers too: this years Hogmanay celebrations (edinburghshogmanay.com) will see 150000 people take to the streets for a raucous night out which merits a second public holiday on 2 January. The…

Edinburgh city guide: How to spend a weekend in the Scottish capital Why go now? Edinburgh is idyllic all year round but come Christmas its extra special thanks to festive markets ice skating and plenty of pubs in which to warm the cockles after a wintry walk. Theres much to excite New Years Eve revellers too: this years Hogmanay celebrations (edinburghshogmanay.com) will see 150000 people take to the streets for a raucous night out which merits a second public holiday on 2 January. The…

It's fair to say Lyme Park looks magnificent in the snow! Thanks to volunteer Bob for the photo.

The National Trust's Lyme Park, Cheshire, is a magnificent house and estate on the edge of the Peak District.

Cottesbrooke Hall & estate, Creaton, Northants; Grade I listed country house reputed to be the inspiration for Jane Austen's Mansfield Park. A near-perfect example of Queen Anne architecture located in a large parkland setting with wide views across the countryside. Constructed in brick with ashlar dressings with lead & slate roofs with a 7-window frontage. Begun in 1702, finished in 1713 by Sir John Langham & remains today largely unaltered. The home of the MacDonald-Buchanan family since…

Cottesbrooke Hall in Northamptonshire, which dates back to is often said to be the house on which Jane Austen based the Bertram family's country pile in Mansfield Park.

The terrace of Harewood House, Victorian formal gardens in England, built in the 1840s by Sir Charles Barry. Statue and water pool, and view over the parklands designed by Capability Brown in the 18th century.

Les plus beaux jardins sont en Angleterre

The terrace of Harewood House, Victorian formal gardens in England, built in the by Sir Charles Barry. Statue and water pool, and view over the parklands designed by Capability Brown in the century.

The gardens of Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina

Wander our gardens, filled with color and history. Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina

Canyonlands National Park, Utah; photo by Robyn Hooz

photo by Robyn Hooz - I have sat there and taken some amazing pics myself. It's over the top gorgeous!

Palladian Bridge Stourhead House and Gardens, Wiltshire.  Just Beautiful!

Stourhead House and Gardens, Wiltshire. This must be like Agatha Christie's fictional Palladian house, Hartington Park. The lodge there was the boyhood home of Detective Inspector Neele. (site by Marianne Hanjaras)

Colors of Autumn (7 of 18) | Ashridge Park, Hertfordshire, UK | View of Bridgewater Monument

Ashridge Park, Hertfordshire - Monument, built in to honour the Duke of Bridgewater (originator of much of the canal system in England).

Monuments of Japan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

後樂園(後楽園),岡山。 Circuit style Japanese garden: Koraku-en Garden in Okayama, completed in 1700

14 national treaures in the West | Northern Montana Prairies | Sunset.com

14 National Treasures in the West

Antelope on the Northern Montana Prairies, Eastern Montana Prairies, Central Montana Prairies.

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