|Waterlane in downtown
Salisbury. Rivers and canals cut
through the town.
|Salisbury Cathedral (Cathedral
of St. Mary) begun in 1220 has
the tallest church spire in the UK.
|Bizarre tree stumps in the
|The walking path about
Stonehenge gets very far away
on one side.
|Unknown church near Salisbury
as seen from the Guide Friday
|The Cloisters of Salisbury Cathedral, the
largest in the UK. The Lebanon cedars
were planted in 1837 to commemorate
Queen Victoria's accession.
|Stonehenge from the visitors
|The infamous "Heel" stone near
|Bus shelter in downtown
|Salisbury Cathedral from the
|Close-up of the sarsen stones.
This is as close as they would let
us get to Stonehenge.
|The circle of stones and the
|Salisbury's town walls are gone
but the gates are still in
|One of only 4 surviving copies of
the Magna Carta (1215) is kept in
Salisbury Cathedral (no photos)
|Salisbury Plain is flat and
inhospitable with no rivers or
|Another close-up of the Sarsen
|The Bishop's Mill pub (I stopped
for lunch) is surrounded on all
sides by canals.
|Salisbury Cathedral with the sun
behind it. My one sunny day on
|Burial mounds (barrows) of
unknown ancient kings.
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