At first, I thought I had arrived at the Royal Crescent, a crooked row of houses, a big tree in the middle, and a mailbox nearby, where I could send postcards. There's a feeling of seasickness in it. It's a silly shock. It's clear that the rows of buildings everywhere in Britain are 360 degrees in length. It's also the climate `````````` must have a camera to take a panoramic view, and there will be volunteers wearing Jane Austen on the lawn in the middle.
The Circus, designed by the architect John Wood, is a very distinctive circular building from the center of Bass to the north along Gay Street to the hillside. The 30-house ring is divided into three sections, which ensures that a typical elevation can be seen from any entrance. In the center of the green lawn of the Round Square is a large tree surrounded by a circle of classical Georgian buildings. John Wood Jr., son of Old John Wood, is the designer of the Royal Bass Crescent Building.
The circular square is located in the center of the city of Bass. It has a very distinctive circular structure. It especially likes the buildings with the characteristics of ancient Rome. There are eight roads leading to different directions in the square, which is very spectacular from high altitude. On the lawn of the circular square, there are many people sunbathing, reading or picnic everyday. It's really a leisurely place and worth visiting.
Bass Circle Square and Royal Crescent Tower Square are both 18th century buildings. The Crescent Tower represents the moon and the Circle Tower represents the sun. They are hundreds of meters apart. There are many literary and scientific sculptures on the stone pillars and street houses of the Circle Tower.
The Round Square is a super green square in front of the Royal Crescent Building of Bass, which is integrated with the Royal Crescent Building, showing elegance and beauty. This square is where many couples take wedding photos. When we go, we can see several couples. In fact, even sitting quietly on the grass of the square, looking at the blue sky and white clouds, doing nothing, is very pleasant.
The famous Bass Circle Square is adjacent to the Crescent Square, forming the pattern of the sun and the moon. There is a huge sycamore tree in the center, shading and shading are indispensable. Nearby is a residential area, a lot of cars parked on the roadside have a little sense of damage to the attractions. However, it's worth noting that circular buildings are rare after all.
We took a sightseeing bus to the Royal Crescent, but the Circle Square was just in front of the Royal Crescent. We didn't get off at this site at first, but at the Royal Crescent. After getting off the bus, the attractions of the Royal Crescent were not as shocking as we expected. To stop taxi from going to the restaurant, we walked for a while. It happened that we came to the circular square, but it shocked us. There was a special atmosphere. The tall trees in the middle and the buildings around it were recommended to come here.
The circular square is as round as its name. Its designer is the famous John Wood father and son in England. It is said that the square is built on behalf of the sun. After going there, I still feel quite good, quite representative, and the decoration there is also beautiful.
Bath's circular square is about 20 minutes'walk from Bath Spa Railway Station. Bath's architecture is very characteristic. The whole town is exquisite and elegant. It is worth savoring slowly. Unfortunately, the time is limited, so it can only take a one-day trip in a hurry.