Category: England

  • Oxford Castle and Prison

    Oxford Castle and Prison

    Oxford Castle was built in 1071 on earlier Saxon Defences when William the Conqueror took control of England and was victories at the battle of hastings Oxford, he ordered for the castle to be built with a mound, The Castle was left under control of Hereditary constables drawn from the D’Oilly Family. The Initial castle was…

  • Ashmolean Museum

    Ashmolean Museum

    Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in Oxford was founded in 1683, Ashmolean Museum is the oldest public museum in the World and has one of the most important Arts and archaeology collections, Ashmolean Museum received a £61 Million interior renovation which expanded the Museum into 39 new galleries

  • Bodleian Library

    Bodleian Library

    Bodleian Library was established at the University of Oxford by Thomas de Cobham and is the main research library of the University, Bodleian Library is one of the oldest in Europe and second largest library in Britain, Bodleian Library is composed of five buildings, Bodleian Library archives were digitised for public access

  • United Kingdom Timeline

    United Kingdom Timeline

    United Kingdom Timeline, The United Kingdom is a union of individual countries of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy and its reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, United Kingdom Timeline, Chronicle events and historical timeline

  • United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Maps

    United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Maps

    Maps of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Maps and Travel Information, map and satellite view of the United Kingdom presented by Isolated Traveller

  • Reasons to visit London

    Reasons to visit London

    London is world renowned for its huge variety of restaurants, covering every nationality and culture from A to Z, London is filled with beautiful gardens, from royal gardens to small gardens tended to by volunteers. You can go to Buckingham Palace and see where the Queen lives. Great architecture, modern and historical living together side…

  • Discovering London’s Street Food Markets

    Discovering London’s Street Food Markets

    Recently we discovered London’s street food markets, London is well known for its overpriced housing and luxury restaurants however the street food markets are buzzing full of people wanting quality food for only a small fee, most street foods are family owned and offer something you wouldn’t find anywhere else, with different cuisines from Chinese, Vietnamese…

  • Evolution of London Piccadilly Circus

    Evolution of London Piccadilly Circus

    Piccadilly Circus built in 1819, is a road junction and a public space connecting the Regent Street with Piccadilly, you can find a world-famous statue of Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain, which is used as a popular meeting point and a beautiful location used to take photographs. Piccadilly Cirus is surrounded by major tourists attractions, including the…

  • 50 Fun and Interesting Facts About England

    50 Fun and Interesting Facts About England

    FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ENGLAND England’s Highest Point is the Scafell Pike, standing at 3210 ft. The Lowest Point in England is the Fens, 15 feet below sea level. The Longest River in England is the Thames, 346 km However the Severn is Official Britain’s longest river. The Largest lake in England is Windermere, 14.7…