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Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta Questions & Answers

Calne, United Kingdom

I am planning to travel from Moscow with a business friend of mine. Is there much snow near Stoner by any chance? I would hate to get drenched

2 months ago Answer

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Salisbury
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You can always come back the next day for a short time

2 months ago
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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You might be unlucky to encounter some “muddy slush” which would usually be off-putting, but as you are from Moscow and well used to cold, damp weather, this shouldn’t mean you’d have to cut your visit to Salisbury unusually short. The spire at the Cathedral is 123 metres tall, you know?

2 months ago
Moscow, Russia
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A little snow should not stop you from seeing one of the greatest tourist attractions in Europe. So gothic! Take the black and blue puff jackets with you just in case.

1 month ago
Cairns, Australia
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You should be ok,

But if it s a problem when you visit, just return again on the train the follwing day, after all yo Moscovires are happy coming and going I thoug seeing too much.

Just a couple of days away for you really!

1 month ago
Cairns, Australia
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MY review for this attraction has been removed.

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28 days ago
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