Lake District

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a popular tourist area in northwestern England including England's largest lake and highest mountain


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As the essays collected in The Making of a Cultural Landscape demonstrate, the history of the English Lake District epitomises these difficulties.
The stratigraphy, correlation, provenance and palaeogeography of the Skiddaw Group (Ordovician) in the English Lake District.
However there is substantial evidence to confirm that miners from Nant Gwynant, Beddgelert climbed the severe 300m Slanting Gully on Y Lliwedd, 40 years before its supposed first ascent, recorded in 1898 by a party from the English Lake District.
Just as well, because, like the English Lake District, there's no guarantee of good weather in Mecklenburg.
The distant prospect of Lake George reminded her of the English Lake district, where she had lived but, alas, on closer inspection all trace of water seemed to vanish.
If a bargain caravan is not to your liking and a tent's not really your cup of tea, you can fulfil your craving for luxury without putting too big a dent in your pocket in the English Lake District.
Although Constable didn't travel very far during his life, he did go to the English Lake District and the Peak District of Derbyshire to paint hills and mountains.
An enthusiastic traveller in pursuit of romantic landscapes - he even visited the English Lake District - Fearnley painted this crisp view in the Bavarian Alps in 1832.
Jamie Stewardson, 11, came across the Iron Age blade in a field near his home in Hawkshead in the English Lake District.
Meyer became a leader and pioneer in this enterprise through his involvement with the annual Keswick Convention, held from 1875 up to the present time in the town of that name in the beautiful English Lake District.
Go to the English Lake District and you can expect sunshine and showers.
Potter spent a lonely and repressed childhood enlivened only by annual holidays in Scotland or the English Lake District, which inspired her love of animals and stimulated her imaginative watercolor drawings.
Both Dounreay and Sellafield reprocess nuclear fuel, and both are located in secluded areas: Dounreay at the tip of Scotland about 300 miles north of Edinburgh and Sellafield near the English Lake District.
Colony Gift Corporation Ltd was founded in 1979 as a small family business in the English Lake District, where its headquarters, production facility and two warehousing sites are still located.
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