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Pastel rendering of Gold Hill, Shaftesbury, England. One of the Oldest,dating back to 880, and Highest towns in Britain. The town is famous for Gold Hill, a steep cobbled street featured on the cover of countless books about Dorset and rural England. It was perhaps most famously used as the street in the popular Ridley Scott-directed Hovis bread advertisement used through the 1970s and 1980s. The hill most recently featured in a Morrisons supermarket advert, also for bread. The town is also famous for its ruined abbey and nearby Wardour Castle. Many of the older buildings in the town are of the local greensand, while others built from the grey Chilmark limestone,
December 9th, 2012
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