York is a historic walled city founded by the Romans in 71AD. It lies between the Ouse and Foss Rivers and one of the biggest attractions is York Minster. I won't bore you with details of its history, etc., because if you're interested, just go and check it out on Wikipedia. The Shambles is an ancient area in York with overhanging timber-framed buildings that date back to the 14th Century. This area was renowned for its open-air slaughterhouse and meat market. My shot below.
Battle of Kohima in 1944. It is an annual event and just happened to be that day, so we felt quite honoured to be a small part of it.
Minster and one of it peeking through the trees when we were in the park next door. It really is quite impressive!
Medieval Guild Hall and poked around there to see the ancient wood beamed ceiling, the dining hall, and the stained glass windows.
Don't forget that next week, the letter Z, is our last ABC Wednesday at this location. So do come back next week for a final farewell and more details on where to find it starting July 12!!!