Friday, March 19, 2021

King Alfred's Tower

 King Alfred's Tower is so impressive that I thought it was worthy of its own post.

King Alfred’s Tower, also known as The Folly of King Alfred the Great or Stourton Tower, is a folly tower. It is in the parish of Brewham in the English county of Somerset, and was built as part of the Stourhead estate and landscape. The tower stands on Kingsettle Hill and belongs to the National Trust. It is designated as a grade I listed building.


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Some drone footage of this magnificent building.

1 comment:

Ralph Musgrave said...

Everything's up to date in Kansas City
They've gone about as far as they can go
They've gone and build a sky scraper seven stories high
About as high as a building ought to go.

(From Oklahoma)