Tombs Or Earthwork Castles Near London Uk

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    Built by the royal masons in 1250, the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey was originally used in th…Similar
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    Brompton Cemetery - 0 Miles (2.7)
    At the centre of the Cemetery, a modest domed chapel (in the style of the basilica of St. Peter's i…Similar
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    Kensal Green Cemetery - 0 Miles (4.7)
    Kensal Green Cemetery was the first of the great London cemeteries established to cope with the hug…Similar
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    Epping Forest - 0 Miles (7.7)
    Epping Forest is an area of ancient woodland on the border between north-east Greater London and Es…Similar
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    Ashtead Common - 0 Miles (7.5)
    Ashtead Common is a 181 hectare wooded area to the north of the village of Ashtead. The woodland is…Similar
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    St Anns Hill - 0 Miles (5.5)
    A wooded park with nature trail and views over the surrounding countryside, once the site of an anc…Similar
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    Horsell Common - 2 Miles (6.7)
    A pleasant circular route from the car park, off Shores Road, through woodland and heathland to the…Similar
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    Reigate Castle - 3 Miles (7.1)
    The castle fell into decay and was demolished and all that is left is the mound and moat, though th…Similar
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    Chobham Common - 4 Miles (5.5)
    Chobham Common is a 1,400-acre area of lowland heath a globally rare and threatened habitat, in Sur…Similar
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    Kits Coty House - 7 Miles
    The remains of two megalithic 'dolmen' burial chambers. Impressive Kit's Coty has three uprights an…Similar
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    White Horse Wood - 11 Miles (6.1)
    Kent County Council's newest country park, offers beautiful countryside, local history and panorami…Similar
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    Witley Common - 11 Miles (6.1)
    Is a mixture of habitats for wildlife, with birch, oak and pine woodland, as well as open heathlan…Similar
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    Crooksbury Common - 12 Miles (6.5)
    Open heathland with open water, woodland and scrubland there is also Crooksbury hill at 162 metres…Similar
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    Rayleigh Mount - 12 Miles (8.2)
    Norman motte and bailey remains. Site of a Domesday castle erected by Sweyn of Essex. Distinctive '…Similar
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    Ashdown Forest - 16 Miles
    Originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times, Ashdown Forest is now the largest free public acc…Similar
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    Basing House Ruins - 23 Miles (4.4)
    The remains of the Basing House, once the country's largest private house and the palace of the pow…Similar
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    Heyshott Common - 24 Miles (6.7)
    The Bronze Age Barrows on Heyshott Common are scheduled Ancient Monuments (SAMS) and are some three…Similar
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    Chanctonbury Ring - 26 Miles (4.9)
    Chanctonbury Ring is a hill fort based ring of trees atop Chanctonbury Hill on the South Downs. It …Similar
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    Boarstall Tower - 27 Miles (7.5)
    14th-century moated gatehouse and gardens. Built by John de Haudlo in 1312. Retains medieval belfry…Similar
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    Devils Dyke, Sussex - 27 Miles (5.6)
    An historic beauty spot on the South Downs Way, named after the huge dry valley that carves its way…Similar
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    Trundle - 29 Miles (3.6)
    An iron-age hillfort built on St Roche's Hill.Similar
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    Cissbury Ring - 29 Miles (5.1)
    Cissbury Ring is one of a series of hill-forts and with its ditch and ramparts is the second larges…Similar
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    Highdown Hill - 31 Miles (4.8)
    This is an important archaeological site. It has a late Bronze Age settlement and an early Iron Age…Similar
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    Gannock Castle - 32 Miles
    Gannock castle is a fortified manor house built around the 13th century. It is a large rectangular …Similar
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    Old Winchester Hill - 32 Miles (6.8)
    Downland and prehistoric earthworks of one-hundred-and forty acres. On the summit of the hill is an…Similar
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