Stepcote, Exeter, Devon - This street is one of the oldest surviving parts of Exeter, located in the West Quarter. Its name comes from the Old English word for steep. The hill has been used as the main route into Exeter from the river since Roman times.

Stepcote Hill, Exeter, UK - in 1270 it was referred to as Styppecotehyll, and had become Stepcote Hill by according to a deed.

Mol's Coffee House, Exeter by Derek Voller, via Geograph. Said to be England's oldest coffee house. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in England: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2011/08/18/what-to-do-england/

~Mol's Coffee House, Exeter by Derek Voller, via Geograph. Said to be England's oldest coffee house, circa 1596 and meeting place of Sir Francis Drake the first English navigator to sail around the world in

Mol's Coffee House, Exeter, England. Said to have been a coffee house since 1596. According to legend Sir Francis Drake discussed battle plans for defeating the Spanish Armada at Mol's, and his family crest is displayed on the oak panelling on the second floor.

Mol's Coffee House, Exeter, Devon - said to have been a coffee house since According to legend Sir Francis Drake discussed battle plans for defeating the Spanish Armada at Mol's, and his family crest is displayed on the oak panelling on the second floor.

Shops in the wall at Exeter Quay, Devon

Shops in the wall at Exeter Quay, Devon

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Shops in the wall at Exeter Quay, Devon

Shops in the wall at Exeter Quay, Devon

Exeter, Devon, UK--these rocks really do light up! it's pretty! it's really weird to be so close to the roman wall

Exeter, Devon, UK--these rocks really do light up! it's really weird to be so close to the roman wall

Exeter Cathedral Chapter House, UK

Exeter Cathedral Chapter House, UK --------------------- lived in exeter for miss the cathedral

EARLY NORMAN GATEHOUSE ROUGEMONT CASTLE Canvas Print featuring photograph by Richard Brookes. DESCRIPTION: Enigmatic ruin of Norman gatehouse of Rougemont Castle, Exeter, Devon. Dating from c1068 it has Anglo-Saxon pointed upper windows & was built into the Roman Walls after Exeter's rebellion against William The Conqueror. Besieged by King Stephen in 1136, in Richard III by Shakespeare & where last 3 witches executed in England tried & sentenced in 1680s. Photo copyright Richard Brookes

Early Norman Gatehouse Rougemont Castle Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Richard Brookes

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