The Rollright Stones that stand on the Cotswold ridge south of Long Compton.
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The view from St Mary’s Church tower looking over Painswick and the Cotswold escarpment towards Sheepscombe.
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The shallow River Windrush running through the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water.
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What can be seen today of Malmesbury Abbey is only a third of its original size, having, in the 12th century, been built in a cruciform shape.
You can easily get lost in the maze at Blenheim Palace.
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Nottingham Hill viewed from Cleeve Common through the mist.
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Take a trip aboard a steam engine on the Gloucestershire-Warwickshire Steam Railway.
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One of the events at the Cheltenham Festival.
Gifford’s Circus is a truly traditional show that turns up on village greens and commons in and around the Cotswolds.
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Broadway Tower, one of the most famous landmarks in the Cotswolds, at dusk.
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Sezincote, the Indian-inspired building that prompted the construction of Brighton’s famous Royal Pavilion.
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Westonbirt Arboretum’s tree-top walkway gives visitors an interesting new perspective.
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Kiftsgate Court Gardens near Mickleton are a beautiful place to spend a summer afternoon.
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Chipping Campden’s High Street with buildings made of the familiar local stone.
St Barnabas’s Church in the picturesque village of Snowshill.
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Castle Combe is one of the most idyllic villages in the Cotswolds.