GLASTONBURY

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NOTES ON GLASTONBURY

Glastonbury Tor, at 520ft high, offers fantastic views across the Somerset Levels, to the Mendips, the Quantocks and, on a clear day across to the Bristol Channel.

The area has been inhabited since prehistoric times and excavations over the years has uncovered evidence of Celtic, Roman and pre-Saxon occupations.

Source: The Hidden Places of Somerset.

 

LINKS TO WEB SITES RELATED TO GLASTONBURY

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WIKIPEDIA - Encyclopedia.

GLASTONBURY - Official town site.

GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL - Official site.

THE ANCIENT ISLE OF AVALON - About the towns life, atmosphere and traditions.