The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells
The Pantiles, an affluent collonaded shopping area of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent. Queen Anne paid for the area to be paved (with 'pantiles') after her son fell over on the Collonade.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited
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Rome. The Appian Way
Roman Art. The Appian Way, connecting Rome to Brindisi and Apulia. Republic era. 312 B.C. Rome. Italy.
© Thaliastock / Mary Evans
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Santillana de Mar, Cantabria, Spain
Calle de Juan Infante and Plaza de Isabel II - Santillana del Mar, Cantabria, Spain. There is an old saying that Santillana del Mar is The Town of Three Lies, since it is neither a Saint (Santo), nor flat (llana) and has no sea (Mar) as implied by the town's name!!! Date: circa 1910s
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
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