Sunday, 10 June 2007

Keswick - The Paradise for Lakeland Climbers (9 June 07)

Keswick is a small town popular for lakeland climbing. This place evolved during Elizabeth time, mainly because of its mining industry.

Moot Hall stands in the centre of Keswick Town. It is a meeting or assembly building, a place for the local to decide local issues. If you pay attention at the clock tower, you will notice this clock doesn't have long hand pointer. When I first saw this clock tower, I was so excited as I remembered I drew it before!

Lake District is also known as The Lakers of Lake Land. It is one of the National Parks in England.

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