Bath is the most complete and best preserved Georgian city in Britain. The spa was used by the Romans, and the remains of the Roman baths are still there to be seen today, beside the 18th century Pump Room
The Royal Crescent is the crowning glory of Georgian Bath. Designed by John Wood. But there are a number of equally spectacular Georgian buildings - the Upper Assembly Rooms and the Circus (Interestingly it was John Wood's father, John Wood the Elder who designed the Circus - he also designed a number of other spendid buildings
Pulteney Bridge, designed by Robert Adam, spans the River Avon. Built in 1771, from the inside it looks like a road lined with shops.
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Bath, England's finest Georgian town