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UnCategorized The New Forest is one of England’s most fascinating and scenic places. It is full of beauty and wonderful scenery. What is the New Forest? The New Forest is one of England’s oldest medieval forests, and a British National Park. It en.passes an area of 150 square miles, including ancient woodlands, heathlands and valleys. There is a wide variety of scenery and landscapes which change from season to season. You can explore quaint little villages such as Lyndhurst, Brokenhurst, or Ringwood. There are a large number of attractions and sites to explore in this park. You can see many different types of wildlife, from horses to otters and owls. It is also a world-renowned area for bird watching. There are zoos, museums (lots of museums!), gardens, castles, parks, even vineyards. There is truly something for every taste and fashion in the beautiful New Forest National Park. Brief History It is now known that settlers in the New Forest area can be traced back to the Bronze Age. The area was the site of heavy farming, which involved cutting through the woodland. This is also the main reason why you can see heavy woodlands on one side of the road and then it ends abruptly and turns into a heathland totally devoid of trees on the other side! It is believed that William the Conqueror actually created the New Forest in the 10th century as a protected area for Royal Hunting. After heavy shipbuilding in the region throughout the 17th century put severe pressure on the health of the woodlands, the New Forest Act was passed in 1877 to preserve and protect the area. Finally, in 2005, the New Forest was elevated to the status of a National Park, which has also increased the number of tourists who visit this fantastic place every year. Located between Southampton and Christchurch in the south, west of London it is easy to find the New Forest. However, since it has the status of National Park, there are no airports or rail stations that will take you directly to the most picturesque areas of the park. If you wish to .e by train, probably the best location is Brokenhurst. You can reach this town very easily from London, Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth. By car, it is Junction 1 off M-27. The closest nearby airports would probably by in Southampton and Bournemouth. Once you are here, enjoy! Whether your pleasure is horseback riding, cycling, walking or hiking there is something for you here! I have thoroughly enjoyed all my time in this area and look forward to returning. It is equally as beautiful in the summer with all of it’s greenery as it is in the winter beneath a blanket of freshly fallen snow. Enjoy! About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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