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Queens Square is a square of Georgian houses in Bath designed by John Wood the elder in the early 18th Century.
Oh for somewhere to rest!
It has an obelisk in the centre, erected by Beau Nash in 1738 in honour of Frederick Prince of...More
Queen Square, designed and built by John Wood the Elder between 1728 and 1736 was the start of the classical style of architecture with individual terrace houses combined into grand palace facades that came to characterise Bath, being continued with more refinement in the Circus...More
This was located right outside my hotel so spent a couple of evenings here after dinner. There are picnicking families, boys playing football and you can sit on a bench and people watch as it is in the centre of Bath. It can be noisy...More
Green Square at the heart of Bath, does have the traffic, so not the place for a picnic but the St.Francis Hotel houses the Raymond Blanc restaurant across the road.
The Royal Literary and Scientific Institution is close by.
A place to gauge where you...More
I'm not sure why this is reviwed on Trip Advisor. Its a regular square that happsns to have a grass area with trees in the middle that's surrounded by houses, hotels and restaurants. Its a nice area, but nothing special and not what I would...More
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