Historic Buildings Not English Heritage Near Portsmouth Not Isle Of Wight Within 19 Miles By Popularity

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    Fort Purbrook - 287 (1.2)
    Several generations of Portsmouth people have given the nickname "Palmerston's Folly" to the Victor…Similar
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    Beaulieu Estate - 443 (7.2)
    Beaulieu, National Park, National Motor Museum, Palace House and historic Beaulieu Abbey.Similar
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    Fort Brockhurst - 530 (1.7)
    A 19thC fort and museum with exhibition illustrating the history of Portsmouth's defences. Variety …Similar
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    Southsea Castle - 556 (6.9)
    Southsea Castle was one in a series of forts constructed for King Henry VIII, in what was the most …Similar
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    In St Catherines Hill there is a hillfort. The defences of this early Iron Age hillfort consist of …Similar
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    Hinton Ampner - 713 (4.2)
    Elegant country house with highly distinctive gardens. The personal vision of Ralph Dutton, 8th and…Similar
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    Beacon Hill Beeches - 769 (4.1)
    The hill is crossed by two long distance footpaths, the South Downs Way and the Monarch's Way.Similar
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    Bucklers Hard - 1063 (5.9)
    Discover the fascinating story of this unique village on the Beaulieu Estate. Montagu Town, as it w…Similar
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    The famous writer Charles Dickens was born in this modest house in Portsmouth, England in 1812. The…Similar
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    Old Winchester Hill - 1091 (4.9)
    Downland and prehistoric earthworks of one-hundred-and forty acres. On the summit of the hill is an…Similar
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    Heyshott Common - 1138 (6.7)
    The Bronze Age Barrows on Heyshott Common are scheduled Ancient Monuments (SAMS) and are some three…Similar
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    Uppark - 1215 (5.9)
    Late 17th-century house elevated upon the South Downs. Renowned Grand Tour Collection. Impressive G…Similar
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    Medieval (c1282) Greyfriars church became town hall and court house. Poet William Blake was brought…Similar
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    Trundle - 1432 (3.6)
    An iron-age hillfort built on St Roche's Hill.Similar
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    Cowdray Ruins - 1574
    Cowdray is one of Southern England's most important early Tudor courtier's palaces set in the stunn…Similar
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    In the heart of the city, this magnificent Cathedral has been a centre of community life for 900 ye…Similar
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    Home of the Dukes of Richmond and Gordon. Stunning Regency interiors.Similar
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    Stansted Park - 1614 (6.9)
    Stansted Park is set in 1800 acres of ancient forest on the borders of Hampshire and Sussex. In 19…Similar
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    Working watermill in the heart of Winchester. Situated in the centre of historic Winchester. Join i…Similar
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    Eling Tide Mill follows a centuries' old tradition to harness the natural power of the sea to make …Similar
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    The Spinnaker Tower at Gunwharf Quays is the centrepiece of the Renaissance of Portsmouth Harbour P…Similar
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    Explore Portsmouth Cathedral where new and old embrace in a seamless portrayal of history and where…Similar
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    Visit this restored tower mill and see and hear the machinery turning. Its wooden machinery, a dire…Similar
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    Winchester Cathedral has its origins in the 7th century, when a Christian Church was first built on…Similar
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