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  1. Neasden Temple - 58 Miles
    The Mandir is made from stone and marble. The exhibition describes Hinduism and the significant con…Similar
  2. Redoubt Fortress - 58 Miles (6.7)
    Built in the early 1800's, the Redoubt has defended the Eastbourne coast for nearly 200 years. Toda…Similar
  3. Lydiard House - 58 Miles (6.9)
    Lydiard House, the delightful yet little known ancestral home of the Viscounts Bollingbroke lies in…Similar
  4. Lacock Abbey - 58 Miles (5.4)
    Country house created out of a medieval abbey, former home of William Henry Fox Talbot, a pioneer o…Similar
  5. Kingston Bagpuize House - 58 Miles (5.2)
    Thought to have been built originally in the 1660s, the house seen today is largely the result of r…Similar
  6. An Christian Byzantine style Cathedral built in 1839-1902.Similar
  7. St Marys House - 58 Miles (7.1)
    An enchanting 15th century timber-framed house. In the award-winning downland village of Bramber. …Similar
  8. Roman Town House - 58 Miles
    The Town House is a Scheduled Ancient Monument, a Grade 1 Listed Building. The Town House has two p…Similar
  9. Great Coxwell Barn - 58 Miles
    13th-century stone barn. Massive stone-tiled roof and interesting timber structure. Peaceful settin…Similar
  10. Chalbury Hill - 58 Miles (5.6)
    Is an 11.9 hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest. With Hillfort Hut…Similar
  11. Buckingham Palace - 58 Miles
    The official London residence of the British monarch. While the building is used for many official …Similar
  12. High Elms Country Park - 58 Miles (6.7)
    250 acres of countryside with woodlands, nature centre, ice well, formal gardens and wildflower mea…Similar
  13. Lackham Country Park - 58 Miles (7.2)
    Set within the picturesque grounds of historic Lackham House, visitors will discover a fascinating …Similar
  14. Marble Arch - 58 Miles
    A white Carrara marble monument.Similar
  15. Faringdon Folly - 58 Miles
    Faringdon's landmark is the Folly Tower, 100ft high, standing on a mound, to the east of the market…Similar
  16. Clarence House - 58 Miles
    The house has four stories, not including attics or basements, and is faced in pale stucco. Visitor…Similar
  17. Spencer House - 58 Miles (4.7)
    Spencer House is an aristocratic town house built in 1756-1766.Similar
  18. Lacey Green windmill stands on the escarpment of the Chiltern Hills, near Princes Risborough and ha…Similar
  19. Westminster Abbey - 58 Miles
    A large, mainly Gothic church. Audio guides are available of the 700-year-old building.Similar
  20. Central Hall Westminster - 58 Miles (8.1)
    Inside is an art gallery and a Methodist church.Similar
  21. Standing as it does between Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament, and commonly called "th…Similar
  22. Parliament is open to all members of the UK public and overseas visitors. You can attend debates an…Similar
  23. Great Chalfield Manor - 59 Miles (4.9)
    Charming 15th-century manor house with Arts & Crafts garden. Encircled by a moat and defensive wall…Similar
  24. Handel House Museum - 59 Miles
    The Handel House Museum was home to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel from 1723 until his…Similar
  25. Banqueting House - 59 Miles (7.7)
    Banqueting House is the only remaining component of Whitehall Palace. Inside the building there is …Similar
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