I have a big stack of un-blogged about cards on my desk because I have fallen terribly behind in posting. I have so many new UNESCO sites to share that I am very excited about. Today I have two cards from Bath, England:
This is Bath’s Royal Crescent, built between 1767-74. It is composed of 30 grand houses. Although the fronts of the houses are all the same, each house’s owner was responsible for designing everything but the facade, so the backs of the houses are all different.
Here is a multiview of the Roman baths at Bath, which give the city its name. The Baths were built in the first century CE and dedicated to the Roman goddess Minerva and the Celtic goddess Sulis.
Both these cards come from Kym in England. Thanks, Kym!