One of the most interesting sights of Hedington is the Hedington shark, a bizarre sculpture located on the roof of a small apartment building. Many tourists wonder: "What did the author of this monument want to say? The original owner of the house claimed that the sculpture expresses the feelings of those who felt completely powerless in the face of nuclear disasters, because it is not by chance that it was installed on the 41st anniversary of the fall of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki.
The heart of the beautiful city of Oxford is Radcliffe Square. Its territory is paved with masonry. The square has become a cultural centre of the city, with its unique and characteristic English buildings, built in the traditional Gothic style.
Branca is a rather large and lively Italian restaurant with a pleasant atmosphere and beautiful interior. Restaurant's menu is very extensive, you can order as well the traditional cuisine of the Apennine peninsula, more familiar to the average person, among which there are fried salmon with stewed vegetables and a fairly large number of steaks of different roasts.
A characteristic feature of English architecture is its diversity. Thus, the well-known Gothic style is divided into several directions, one of which is the Tudor style, a great example of which is the Coughton Court building. It harmoniously combines elements of Renaissance and medieval Gothic architecture.
Birmingham is an incredibly versatile and interesting city, one of its important features is a significant number of different kinds of green areas, one of which is Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses. In addition to being home to nearly 7000 different plants, the garden is also home to many exotic birds from around the world.
Enjoy your evening at Asha's Contemporary Indian Cuisine. Venue's interior is made beautifully and comfortably, tables are separated from each other, so that a truly homely atmosphere is created. The menu offers a wide range of dishes and snacks, including a wide selection of kebabs, salads and desserts.