Deborah (debris4spike) wrote,

Photo Friday - More History

Exeter has other historical heritage ... namely in 2 places on these set of photos.

The first is the Cathedral Square.  The buildings around the Cathedral are still used by clergy, and the Cathedral school - and show some lovely fifteenth - sixteenth century history.

I fiound it fascinating to see the drain down the centre of the cobbled street.
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Slightly on the squeue is Jiffy's fault - it's not always easy to focus when he is pulling to see what he can sniff (That's my story and I am sticking to it!!)
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The Cathedral is just visible on the right.
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I just love this door
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Another are of heritage that Exeter has is Georgian.  This is one of the main streets from that time, and are now mainly solicitors, accountants, etc.

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My brother Tim works in the building on the right.
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And a local recent history I spotted as I walked around
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Tags: camera, exeter, history

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