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Abergavenny Live Cam, England

by on Jul.29, 2016, under Cams, England, Great Britain, United Kingdom

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Abergavenny (born. Abergavenny, wall. Y Fenni) is a town in the historical and modern County of Monmouthshire, in Wales, located on the border of Wales and England, which it is sometimes called the “gateway to Wales”.Abergavenny refers to the temperate climate (Cfb). Weather changes frequently. Summers are warm and soft. Winter without severe frost. Snow falls slightly, but enough to cover the nearby hills.

The warmest month of the year is August and the coldest February. Humidity average. Most precipitation falls in January; the least in June.In 2007 and 2009 in Abergavenny was conducted by the British national Cycling Championships.

Abergavenny is mentioned in the works of Wilma Shakespeare (Henry VIII), Arthur Conan Doyle (adventures in the Priory school, a series of stories about Sherlock Holmes) and Joanne Rowling (Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban).

Released in 1996 film Intimate relations with Julie Walters and Rupert graves in the lead roles was a big part taken in the vicinity of Abergavenny.

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Leeds, Millennium square Live Cam, England

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Leeds, the fifth largest city in the UK and 30th in the European community, situated in the County of Yorkshire, England. The name Leeds derives from the word “Loidis” was the name of a large forest, occupies a large part of the ancient Kingdom of Elmet. The name “Lodis” mentions in his “Ecclesiastical history” of Bede. Leeds is mentioned in the Domesday Book, compiled in 1086, and in 1207 granted the right to hold a market.

In the first place tourists visit Kirkstall Abbey – ruins of a medieval monastery, which are now located within the Park. In addition, St. Peter’s Church in Leeds – a fine example of Gothic architecture of the XIV century (in Leeds no Cathedral).

Architectural landmarks are the town hall, the corn exchange and the city Museum; a Church of the city, modern skyscrapers. Also worth a visit are the Royal Armoury, transferred to Leeds from the tower of London and the Palace of Harewood. In Leeds there is a very interesting Medical Museum.

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Liverpool, Mathew street Live Cam, England

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Liverpool is one of the five largest cities in the UK, which is located in the County of Merseyside. The first mention of the city appeared in 1190, as on the settlement. Until the XVII century it remained a small settlement with inhabitants, whose number did not exceed 500 people. Only in the XVIII century, when there was a stormy TRANS-Atlantic slave trade, Liverpool, received a new status. Here was erected the country’s first open port Doc. In the late nineteenth century, Liverpool received city status and continues to develop dynamically. In the days of the British Empire he was also one of the main shipbuilding centers. It was here at the time, was launched on the liner “Britannic”.

In the 1960-ies of the Liverpool youth becomes a place of spiritual revolution, the center of which is the group The Beatles. Today the city is considered one of the cultural capitals of Europe, whose population is more than 441 thousand. Despite its long history, ancient buildings remained small, and the entire architectural appearance of the city is determined by the eighteenth-century. Sightseeing Liverpool Liverpool is the best place to experience the England of the Victorian era. There are lots of interesting places that should definitely visit Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, the albert Dock, Goodison Park, the Beatles and Halton.

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