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Photo © Amanda Slater

Dennis Severs’ House, London

This Georgian house in Spitalfields goes largely unnoticed, but inside lies a remarkable time capsule of 18th-century domestic detail.

Photo © Okinawa Steve

Neal’s Yard, London

A hippy vibe predominates in this colourful courtyard of shops and cafes, tucked away between Monmouth and Neal St in Covent Garden.

Photo © George Terezakis

Oasis outdoor pool, London

Hidden within a council estate in Covent Garden, this open air pool is heated all year round and steams with warmth during the winter.

Photo © Karen Roe

Scallop sculpture, England

A enormous steel seashell rises from the shingle beach at Aldeburgh in Suffolk. To some it’s a stunning sculpture, to others a massive eyesore.

Photo © Stara Blazkova

Crovie village, Scotland

This fishing village has no room for a pavement, let alone a road, and the cars are replaced by wheelbarrows.

Photo © Tony Atkin

Roche rock chapel, England

This former house of worship teeters atop a granite outcrop, which in turn sticks out from the landscape like a spooky sore thumb.

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Britain’s smallest house, Wales

We’ve all heard of two up, two down houses, but have you ever heard of a one up, one down?

Southwold Pier, England © Martin Pettitt

Southwold Pier, England

Forget dodgems, doughnuts and bingo. It’s bizarre examinations, exploration and even a cheeky touch up that are on offer at Southwold Pier.

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