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Giant white horses carved into the grass of chalk hillsides, some dating back to the 18C
The poster child white horse of Wiltshire dates to the 18C
The second oldest white horse in Wiltshire is just a few miles from Avebury
A white horse carved by school kids in 1804
One of the most visible and well-defined chalk horses, from 1812
A horse cut to celebrate the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838
The top monuments, buildings, and notable architecture in the U.K.
Until the early 19th century, London did not have any hotels, only coaching inns, which looked remarkably like modern multi-story motels, the rooms opening off outdoor corridors. The last (partially) surviving coaching inn is The George Inn, though only its pub component is still active.