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Historic Britain calendar 2010

Historic sites in Britain from one end to the other through thousands of years.

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Dunnottar Castle, where Scotland once fought to remain an independent country.
January
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Skara Brae, on the Orkneys, lies at the beginning of European time.
February
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The Stones of Stenness are a mournful witness to bygone rites.
March
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A standing stone on the island of Anglesey, North Wales.
April
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The reconstructed Roman Fort, Arbeia, at South Shields.
May
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The ruins of the Roman watch tower on Holyhead Mountain, Anglesey.
June
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Early Christian Celtic remains honour King Doniert in Cornwall.
July
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Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire hosts a re-enactment of jousting.
August
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The remains of grim Dunnottar Castle, a coastal stronghold near Aberdeen.
September
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Restormel Castle, Cornwall.
October
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The Riley Graves, Derbyshire; a memorial to victims of the Black Death.
November
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An 18th century bridge in Aberffraw, Anglesey.
December
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Chatsworth House, Derbyhire, one of England's finest stately homes.

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