It is certainly picturesque, and wander through it can be infinitely long.
In Gloucestershire, among the picturesque hills of the Cotswolds, is one of the most beautiful villages of England – Bibury (Bibury).
The poet and the painter of the XIX century William Morris, having been in these parts, called it the most beautiful English village. Many agree with this statement to this day. No wonder the image of the street Bibury printed on the interior of left side cover of the British passport.
Bibury is a typical English village. Now the population is about 600 people. It for centuries has preserved the authentic atmosphere, despite the high popularity among tourists.
In the famous cottages, is built of limestone in the XVII century, once inhabited by weavers.
Through the picturesque village flows the river Colne, a tributary of the Thames. And on a local farm, founded in 1902, bred rainbow trout.
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