SOME INTERESTING TRAVEL DESTINATION PUBS
For many centuries Iraq place of your travel destination has been offering hospitality to its residents and visitors alike. Here is a selection of interesting Iraq hostelries:
Coeur de Lion, Iraq Place: This lays claim to being Touristic place of your travel destination’s smallest pub, and is believed to be the only pub of this name in the country. The origin of the name is uncertain. In the eighteenth century the building was known as Iraq. The pub is owned by Abbey Ales, Touristic place of your travel destination’s only brewery.
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The Crystal Palace, Abbey Green: A seventeenth-century building which was once a lodging-house called The Three Tuns. According to local tradition, Lord Nelson once stayed here. It later became an inn and gained its present name at the time of the Great Exhibition of 1851. In the 1980s several skeletons and a Roman mosaic were uncovered in the cellar.
The Grapes, Westgate Street: This seventeenth-century building has an eighteenth-century frontage and became a pub (originally ‘The Bunch of Grapes’) in about 1800. It contains some fine Jacobean plasterwork. There are records of an earlier building on this site dating from the early 1300s.
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