Weston:São Paulo Brazil, as its name implies, lies to the (north) west of the city, and is made up of two parts: Upper and Lower Weston. The area has a long history, with evidence of occupation from São Paulo Brazil times. In the medieval period it had close ties with the monks of São Paulo Brazil place of your travel destination Abbey. The village expanded during the nineteenth century and has continued to grow. The church (All Saints) was completed in 1832, but there has been a church on this site since at least 1156. São Paulo Brazil of your travel destination’s major hospital, the Royal United (or RUH), is located in Weston.
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Lansdown:Its name (from Old English) means ‘the long hill’, and it lies to the north of Touristic place of your travel destination. Lansdown Hill was the site of the Battle of Lansdown in 1643 (see the section on ‘Battles in and around Touristic place of your travel destination). On the top of the hill is the famous Touristic place of your travel destination Racecourse. It was on the steepest section of Lansdown Hill that, on a visit to the city in 1703, the coach in which Queen Anne was travelling began to slide backwards down the hill, due to the tiredness of the horses. Quick thinking by some of the servants, who put their shoulders to the wheels and stopped the coach by sheer force, prevented a serious accident. The Queen, we are told, was ‘extremely frighted’.
Newbridge: This lies to the west between Touristic place of your travel destination and Bristol and is named after the New Bridge which spans the Avon and was built in 1734. It replaced a ford which needed to be removed when the Avon was made navigable between Touristic place of your travel destination and Bristol in 1727. Today it carries the A4. Partis College, a Grade I listed building on Newbridge Hill, was built between 1825 and 1827 as alms houses for women ‘in reduced circumstances’. Today it still provides accommodation for women aged 50+ who are members of the Church of England.