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William Shakespeare's Birthplace. Rear [03]. Aug 2020

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William Shakespeare's Birthplace. Rear [03]. Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon.

This is the rear of Shakespeare's Birthplace. It's a Grade I Listed Building dating back to the 16th Century, late C15 and late C16, severely restored 1858, following drawing of 1769.

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28 Aug 2020 13:32:27 -

William Shakespeare's Birthplace. Rear [02]. Aug 2020

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William Shakespeare's Birthplace. Rear [02]. Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon.

This is the rear of Shakespeare's Birthplace. It's a Grade I Listed Building dating back to the 16th Century, late C15 and late C16, severely restored 1858, following drawing of 1769.

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28 Aug 2020 13:32:26 -

William Shakespeare's Birthplace. Rear [01]. Aug 2020

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William Shakespeare's Birthplace. Rear [01]. Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon.

This is the rear of Shakespeare's Birthplace. It's a Grade I Listed Building dating back to the 16th Century, late C15 and late C16, severely restored 1858, following drawing of 1769.

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28 Aug 2020 13:32:26 -

Shakespeare Memorial. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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Shakespeare Memorial. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

The Gower Monument, Gower Memorial or Shakespeare Memorial as its sometimes referred to is a popular tourist attraction in the Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon.

It's a Grade II* Listed Building by Lord Ronald Gower. Bronze and stone, with a pedestal designed by Parisian architects, Peigniet and Marnez. 1888. At each corner of the Memorial, the sculptor has placed a representative Shakespearean character: ?Hamlet, Prince Hal, Lady Macbeth and Falstaff. These characters were intended to be emblematic of Shakespeare's creative versatility: representing Philosophy, Tragedy, History, and Comedy (Mapping Sculpture). Philip Ward-Jackson rightly describes this as "probably one of the country?s most prominent and best loved public monuments, seen? by thousands if not millions of pilgrims to Shakespeare?s birthplace."

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28 Aug 2020 08:47:49 -

The Gower Monument. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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The Gower Monument. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

The Gower Monument, Gower Memorial or Shakespeare Memorial as its sometimes referred to is a popular tourist attraction in the Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon.

It's a Grade II* Listed Building by Lord Ronald Gower. Bronze and stone, with a pedestal designed by Parisian architects, Peigniet and Marnez. 1888. At each corner of the Memorial, the sculptor has placed a representative Shakespearean character: ?Hamlet, Prince Hal, Lady Macbeth and Falstaff. These characters were intended to be emblematic of Shakespeare's creative versatility: representing Philosophy, Tragedy, History, and Comedy (Mapping Sculpture). Philip Ward-Jackson rightly describes this as "probably one of the country?s most prominent and best loved public monuments, seen? by thousands if not millions of pilgrims to Shakespeare?s birthplace."

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28 Aug 2020 08:47:48 -

Hamlet. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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Hamlet. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

HAMLET.
Let me see. (takes the skull) Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy. He hath borne me on his back a thousand times, and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is!...

?To be, or not to be, that is the question.?
--
The Gower Monument. Bancroft Gardens, Stratford-upon-Avon.

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27 Aug 2020 15:43:27 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [06] Aug 2020

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[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [06] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:02 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [07] Aug 2020

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[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [07] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:03 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [08] Aug 2020

Simon W. Photography posted a photo:

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [08] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:03 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [04] Aug 2020

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[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [04] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.ons.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:01 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [05] Aug 2020

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[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [05] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:01 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [02] Aug 2020

Simon W. Photography posted a photo:

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [02] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:00 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [01] Aug 2020

Simon W. Photography posted a photo:

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [01] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:00 -

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [03] Aug 2020

Simon W. Photography posted a photo:

[NT] Anne Hathaway's Cottage [03] Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. We stayed at the Burnside Hotel, Shottery which is just around the corner from Anne Hathaway's Cottage. Anne Hathaway was the wife of William Shakespeare.

National Trust.
The cottage is a Grade I Listed Building, while the Park and Garden are Grade II Listed.

The core of the present cottage was constructed by the Hathaway family in the mid C15 as a farmhouse. The family were prosperous farmers, and John Hathaway, described as an archer in a muster of 1536, served as town constable of Stratford-upon-Avon in the mid C16. The Hathaway family were the social equals of John Shakespeare, the father of William, a prosperous glover with premises in Henley Street, Stratford. Anne, the daughter of Richard Hathaway, was born at the family's farmhouse in Shottery (known as Anne Hathaway's Cottage since the early C19) in 1556, and appears to have spent her childhood there. Richard Hathaway died in 1581, leaving his eldest daughter ten marks for a dowry. The farm and other holdings amounting to some 120 acres (50ha) passed to his eldest son, Bartholomew (d 1624), who extended the farmhouse in the early C17. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare on 27 November 1582, but by 1592 William Shakespeare was resident in London. Anne Shakespeare appears to have remained in Stratford, and in 1601 is mentioned as residing at New Place, Stratford (qv), which her husband purchased in 1597.

Cottage Gardens
An early C20 flower garden and orchard developed by Ellen Willmott to accompany a C15 cottage with Shakespearean associations.

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27 Aug 2020 12:54:01 -

Tudor Period Building. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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Tudor Period Building. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

Tudor Period building situated in Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, near Shakespeare's Birthplace.

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26 Aug 2020 13:05:27 -

William Shakespeare Statue.. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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William Shakespeare Statue.. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon. Here's a statue of William Shakespeare in Henley Street.
He is the greatest writer in the English language and the world's greatest dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon"
1564-1616.

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26 Aug 2020 12:56:45 -

When All Is Calm. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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When All Is Calm. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

Casting the light
Bancroft Basin Mooring.

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26 Aug 2020 09:23:04 -

Mood Of The Marina. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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Mood Of The Marina. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

Bancroft Basin Mooring at Stratford-upon-Avon.

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26 Aug 2020 09:08:14 -

Tranquillity Prevails. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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Tranquillity Prevails. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

Soak in the calm, admire the reflections.
Bancroft Basin Mooring.

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26 Aug 2020 08:55:29 -

Peace Is A Virtue. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

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Peace Is A Virtue. Stratford-upon-Avon. Aug 2020

Had a weekend break with my fiancée to Stratford-upon-Avon.
This is by the River Avon, the main park area. So beautiful.

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26 Aug 2020 06:47:46 -


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