Great Malvern Lying below the eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills, Great Malvern grew around an 11th century priory, some remains of which are early parts of the present Great Malvern Priory. Today it is a designated conservation area in recognition of its architecture which includes Stuccoed, Classical, Victorian, Regency, Edwardian, Gothic Revival and Italianate styled buildings, and the town retains an elegance from its heyday as a spa town. Above the town, north hill supports the Worcestershire Beacon (the highest point in the Malvern Hills) and well defined and maintained paths provide excellent views of Great Malvern, the priory, and the surrounding landscapes.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
by David E. Moon
© David E. Moon, 2018  All rights reserved
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Great Malvern Lying below the eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills, Great Malvern grew around an 11th century priory, some remains of which are early parts of the present Great Malvern Priory. Today it is a designated conservation area in recognition of its architecture which includes Stuccoed, Classical, Victorian, Regency, Edwardian, Gothic Revival and Italianate styled buildings, and the town retains an elegance from its heyday as a spa town. Above the town, north hill supports the Worcestershire Beacon (the highest point in the Malvern Hills) and well defined and maintained paths provide excellent views of Great Malvern, the priory, and the surrounding landscapes.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
© David E. Moon, 2014  All rights reserved
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