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24 September 2014
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Seven Wonders of the North East - Thursday 14 September

Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral is more than 1,000 years old, and is the resting place of two of Britain's most important religious figures - St Cuthbert and St Bede.

Once inside the cathedral, visitors can admire the awe-inspiring architecture and enjoy the spiritual ambience.

Richmond Castle

Richmond Castle

Richmond is the site of one of England's oldest stone fortifications.

 Long Meg

Long Meg

A mysterious stone circle built in the Bronze Age.

 Belsay Gardens

Belsay Gardens

Thirty acres of landscaped gardens including a quarry.

Royal Border Bridge

Royal Border Bridge

Built by railway pioneer Stephenson.

 Swing Bridge

Swing Bridge

The biggest swinging bridge in the world, and a Tyneside icon.

 Vindolanda

Vindolanda

An important part of one of the greatest empires in history.

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