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Scottish village on a coast of Fife, with castle and other historical buildings, as well as famous railway station and beaches. Home for yearly festival.
Founded around the shipbuilding industry, this Welsh village is now best known as a seaside resort with high qiality beach and very active yacht club.
This village from South Norfolk is the host to the internationally famous Bergh Apton Sculpture Trail, which occurs once in three years.
This Welsh Snowdonian village grew very slowly with the development of the local slate mining industry. It is a primary destination for the purpose of road signs.
Its honey-coloured 17th-century stone cottages with steeply pitched roofs made artist William Morris call it "the most beautiful village in England".
This old village (at least one thousand years old) got into the spotlight after winning Google StreetView Awards in Most Romantic Street category.
Once known as Iron Burgh thanks to iron ore, it was later known for coal mines and a quarry, which is now used as a diving center.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's grave is under a large tree at the back of the 13th century village's church. Minstead figured in Conan Doyle's historical novel The White Company.
This village in Kent is said to be the most haunted in Britain, it is reputed to have twelve (possibly thirteen or fourteen) ghosts. Also check silversmith workshop.
Designer of this resort village in Wales wanted to pay tribute to the atmosphere of the Mediterranean. Thus, village has served as a location for films and TV shows.
Known for its Folk Festival and Sheep Fair (held since 1348!), it also has evidences of Neolithic occupation and limestone caves and remains of lead mines.