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Gold hill, England.

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The street is called "Gold Hill", in the town of Shaftesbury, Dorset county, England.

Ireland - I so want to live somewhere like this

My future house (happens to be in Ireland, a small technicality). I would settle on living there for vacation.

Gold Hill Shaftesbury, Dorset

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Thatched roof & tall chimneys...

Another Pinner said:"I am ready to move to Ireland. I'm pretty sure that's where I'm meant to live." ❤ Kerry, Ireland - and I agree.Dingle was my absolute favourite area of Ireland.

and-the-distance:Haworth Village, West Yorkshire, England

Haworth Village, West Yorkshire, home to the Brontes. The Black Bull pub was frequented by Branwell, brother of the Bronte sisters.

Cotswolds, England

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Cotswolds, Winchcombe, UK

The Cotswolds, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, England --- Had to pin this. :D I Love the look of these Olde World town's. I've visited a few, and it's an amazing experience.

Castle Combe has been called 'The Prettiest Village in England' and with good reason; visitors have been coming to enjoy its charms for at least a century and the small street leading from the Market Cross down to the By Brook is as picturesque today as it ever was.  By the Middle Ages the village had become an important centre for the wool industry. The weavers lived in the cottages and the river, still known as By Brook, provided the power to run the mills.

I love old world Europe looking villages. Cottages Houses: Cotswold-style houses along the Bybrook river in Castle Combe, England (by

Golden Hill Cottages

Gold Hill Cottages, Shaftesbury, England, I want to go to an English village one day.