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  • 1 Church of St John the Baptist Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Market Place GB - Cirencester GL7 2AG

    This typical building, one of the "wool churches" of the Cotswolds, is both beautiful and fascinating. The high tower dates back to 1400-1420 and is supported by solid flying buttresses. Standing above the town, it is visible from miles aro..

  • 2 Corinium Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    st. Park GB - Cirencester GL7 2BX

    This modern and well-designed museum retraces the history of the Cotswolds from their formation to the present day. Its Roman heritage is enriched by many objects discovered in the area, especially a rare series of mosaic paving.

  • 3 Arlington Mill

    Museums and art

    B4425 GB - Bibury GL7 5ND

    Arlington Mill is a restored mill and folklore museum at the centre of the village, in this magnificent region, the Costwolds. The pretty River Coln, its stone bridges, the weavers' cottages and the gables of Bibury on a background of woodland all ju..

  • 4 Old town

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Broad Avenue GB - Cirencester GL72

    The old town is dense and surrounded by parkland from two large estates: the abbey, which was totally destroyed during the Dissolution, whose gardens lead to the pretty Churn, and Cirencester Park, a fine French garden with Broad Avenue that leads th..

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