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Eye of York UK

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DSCN0236.JPGThe Eye of York is a green grassed area of the Castle Area in York. The Eye is surrounded by the York Castle Museum , the Crown Court Building and the mound of Cliffords Tower. The area is between the River Foss and the river Ouse. In June 2018 there was a temporary building the Shakespeare
Rose Theatre. till September 2o18DSCN0232.JPG. CLIFFORDS TOWER YORK Present Tower from 13th century, the stone tower probably used as a Treasury and later as a Prison. .. Can be visited with admission charge. Cliffords Tower is built on a mound. DSCN0235.JPG YORK CASTLE MUSEUM opened in 1938 by Dr, John L. Kirk in old prison buildings, showing 400 years of York history. World famous for the reconstructed Victorian street inside . There is a admission charge. DSCN0237.JPG YORK CROWN COURT takes crimes cases. The building was constructed between 1773 and 1777. Designed by John Carr a local architect, the grass area in front of the Court is the Eye of York. The Latitude is 53.95 and Longitude 1.07.DSCN0236.JPGDSCN0238.JPGDSCN0239.JPG8142aeb0-7947-11e8-a0fd-1d9cc16eea28.JPGDSCN0241.JPG CLICK ON PHOTO FOR INFORMATION ----------The Shakespeares Rose Theatre is a Pop Up Replica Theatre built in 28 days on the Car Park next to Cliffords Tower. The Rose Theatre is created by Lunchbox Theatrical Productions is Europes fi rst full scale Pop Up Replica Theatre It houses 950 , 600 seated and 350 standing called Groundlings .Tickets are £12 to £75.----Around the Theatre is a Elizabethen themed village. The Theatre closes on 2 September 2018 UPDATE THE ROSE THEATRE WILL BE OPEN AGAIN IN THE SUMMER OF 2019. .large_DSCN0242.JPG

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