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This week’s winning shot was captured in one of England’s prettiest towns, on the outskirts of Harrogate, Yorkshire.
The stunning photo was taken by Evelyn (@Uterpi) who was visiting nearby Harrogate for a weekend, and decided to do a detour via Knaresborough where she took a walk along the river Nidd before capturing this beautiful scene.
Evelyn has a really great eye for capturing Britain’s beauty – from stunning cities to rural idylls – definitely check out her Instagram page for inspiration for your next trip!
Home to stunning landmarks and beautiful buildings, Knaresborough is picture-postcard pretty.
The beautiful viaduct featured in Evelyn’s photo isn’t the only landmark that gets a lot of attention in this historic market town.
Stroll around the medieval streets and you will also find a ruined castle, a cave which dates back to the middle ages, and a very pretty centre which attracts tourists from all around – many visiting on the way to or from Harrogate.
The river Nidd is one of the town’s main attractions, and there are many ways to enjoy it.
The eye-catching Victorian railway viaduct that crosses the river is 78ft high.
It was intended for completion in 1848 but in part collapsed before opening.
If you’d rather be on the water, there are rowing boats to hire and you can leisurely enjoy the river at your own pace, taking in the beautiful view of the houses on the banks and of course of Knaresborough Castle.
If markets are your thing there’s been one here since 1310.
Nowadays you can find local Yorkshire produce here on a Wednesday.
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