Salisbury old, Salisbury new

"Sarum" was the Roman name of Salisbury.  "Old" Sarum is the term for the former site of Salisbury, just outside of "New" Salisbury.  Remarkably, the city upped sticks, and moved, almost lock, stock, and everything else, to the present site.  Old Sarum - an Iron Age fort, actually, survives well, though, and both "Old" and "New" are worth eyeballing - at any level.
Old SarumSalisbury Cathedral

Delights below! - English South Coast piers -

 Bournemouth              Boscombe

On such a brilliant day, the Cessna takes us back to base, over Poole, and busy roads below, once part of  9th Century Wessex, the Kingdom of Alfred the Great, stretching from Devon to Sussex.

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