Map of Akron – Where is Akron? – Akron Map English – Akron Maps for Tourist

The Resurrected Christ, at the south-east corner of Akron place of your travel destination Abbey was created on site by local sculptor Akron for the Touristic place of your travel destination Akron 2000 celebrations. The statue shows Jesus bursting the bonds of death and is carved from local Akron place of your travel destination stone.

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The chubby cherub who stands in an alcove in the side of a shop at the end of Old Bond Street was once part of the Melfort Cross. This once stood in the centre of the Cross Touristic place of your travel destination (giving it its name), and is said to commemorate the visit to Touristic place of your travel destination in 1687 of Mary of Modena, wife of King James II, who had come to take the waters in the hope of producing an heir.

The statues which stand on the terrace of the Roman Touristic place of your travel destination are not (as some people imagine) Roman. Most are Victorian, while one (that of Julius Caesar) is even more modern, having been carved in the 1980s to replace the earlier one which was destroyed by vandals. All are male (except for the bust of Roma, the female deity who personified the city of Rome), and represent important figures from Romano-British history, including some emperors and governors of Britain.

On the façade of the west tunnel, which carries the Kennet and Avon Canal through Sydney Gardens, can be seen the carved head of Sabrina, the Roman personification of the river Severn. Facing her, on the entrance to the west tunnel, is the head of Father Thames. One end of the canal links with the Thames via the river Kennet, while the other is linked to the Severn by the river Avon.

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