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Approaching the Pinnacle

By Bore07TM
A group of ramblers approaching the Lansdowne Monument on Cherhill Down on a winters' day.

According to the National Trust, the Lansdowne Monument is 120 foot (38m) high, the stone obelisk was designed by Sir Charles Barry, architect of the Houses of Parliament and Highclere Castle. It was built by the 3rd Marquis of Lansdowne when it was at the edge of the Bowood estate.



Tags: Wiltshire Walkers Cherhill down Landscape and travel Winter landscape Ramblers National Trust Lansdowne Monument

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Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2021 6:17PM
Amazing place, beautiful composition,
Isabel GrinGrin

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