Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset . 1180, Gothic Architecture . Well's facade boasts England's largest array of medieval sculpture.

Well's facade boasts England's largest array of medieval sculpture, originally painted.

Wookey Hole caves Cheddar Gorge, Somerset, England.  Everyone should visit these caves, breathtaking!

Image: Wookey Caves Wookey Hole Legend has it that early cavemen inhabited Wookey Caves in Somerset, England.

Wells, Somerset, England (This is Vicars Close, the oldest habited street in Europe!)

Vicars Close, Wells, Somerset, is the oldest purely residential street with its original buildings all surviving intact in Europe. John Julius Norwich calls it "that rarest of survivals, a planned street of the century.

Vicars' Close, the oldest continually occupied street in Europe - Wells, Somerset, England built in the mid 14th century.

Somerset: Vicars' Close, the oldest continually occupied street in Europe - Wells, Somerset, England built in the mid century. You can rent some of the houses as holiday lets

Wells, Somerset, UK. Sang here with Huish School Choir ! Revisited as an adult. Amazing place!!

Sang here with Huish School Choir ! Revisited as an adult.

Wells Cathedral - Wells, England---one of the most beautiful, inside and out, 1990

Looking east in the Gothic nave (early century), with the famous scissor arches added in Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England.

The swans ring the bell to be fed at the Bishop's Palace - Wells, Somerset, England by Jeff Bevan.

Swans Ring The Bell to be Fed at The Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset, England. (Photo By: Jeff Bevan.

Wells Cathedral, Somerset; the location for ElizabethGoudge's 'Gentian Hill'

Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England a Church of England place of worship, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle and is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells.

Several miles north of Glastonbury is a spot on the Mendip hills known as Deerleap. It is well known by local artists because of the far reaching views it provides over the Somerset Levels and of Glastonbury Tor nestled in amongst the hills. On misty mornings it is the perfect spot to appreciate just how flat the landscape is and how it would’ve looked thousands of years ago when the area was under water. On mornings like this it becomes an island once again.

A foggy sunrise over the Somerset levels showing Ben Knowle Hill in front of Glastonbury Tor. Taken by Stephen Spraggon from Deerleap in the Mendip Hills, Somerset, England.

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