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William's hometown

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William Shakespeare was born, lived, and died in Stratford-Upon-Avon, just south of Birmingham. His most famous plays were staged originally in London at the Globe Theatre, but William Shakespeare always kept his place in Stratford, and is now buried in the small town in the Midlands.

Shakespear's House

Shakespear's House


Falstaff Stuate with Shakesphere in Background

Falstaff Stuate with Shakesphere in Background


We are merely players

We are merely players


Lady Macbeth Wrings her Hands

Lady Macbeth Wrings her Hands


Alas poor Yorrick, I knew him well

Alas poor Yorrick, I knew him well


William Shakespeare's Grave in Holy Trinity Church

William Shakespeare's Grave in Holy Trinity Church


Shakespeare in the Park, Avonbank Gardens

Shakespeare in the Park, Avonbank Gardens


Jester Statue

Jester Statue


White Swan pub in Stratford

White Swan pub in Stratford


Stratford's Thatch Roof Inn

Stratford's Thatch Roof Inn

Posted by GregW 09:29 Archived in England Tagged tourist_sites

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