My visit to Bristol was very brief, unfortunately, and I was able to move around the city centre area and everything on the walking distance. Even so, I was able to visit some magnificent historical places, such as this one. From the outside, this appeared to be another very old church (if you oversee its leaning tower) but when I came closer, it was hard not to notice the missing roof and the changed color of the burned stones. This magnificent building was dated in XII century (as a Round Church) and was partially destroyed in WWII. If you are interested in historical facts about this building you can find them here.
If you are not that interested into architecture or history, you can enjoy the serenity of nature in the Temple Gardens.
Thanks for stopping by.