"The Wedding Tree" of Sherwood Forest world famous for being the hideaway home of medieval folk hero Robin Hood.    The Major Oak is said to be at least 1000 years and weighs a massive 23 tons. More than 900 of the trees in the park are over 600 years old, and the forest is rich in wildlife.

"The Wedding Tree" of Sherwood Forest world famous for being the hideaway home of medieval folk hero Robin Hood. The Major Oak is said to be at least 1000 years and weighs a massive 23 tons. More than 900 of the trees in the park are over 600 years old, and the forest is rich in wildlife.

This amazing ancient oak is in a quiet country lane at Boxted, near Colchester, Essex

Trees of terror: The terrifying oak that could have walked out of Lord Of The Rings... and its army of friends

This amazing ancient oak is in a quiet country lane at Boxted, near Colchester, Essex

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La naturaleza es completamente maravillosa y en ella se pueden encontrar especies tan extraordinarias como esta compilación de árboles tan característicos.

The Crooked House of Windsor, England - a quintessential English tea room.

brilliantuk : The Crooked House of Windsor - La casa de té más antigua de Inglaterra x

Desiree Dolron - XTERIORS IX

Desiree Dolron . Terror .Similitud .Obscuridad ``Supera Tus Miedos y Encontraras el Camino ´´

The Great Oak in Sherwood Forest. In popular culture, Robin Hood and his band of "merry men" are usually portrayed as living in Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire, where much of the action in the early ballads takes place. So does the very first recorded Robin Hood rhyme, four lines from the early 15th century, beginning: "Robyn hode in scherewode stod."

The Great Oak in Sherwood Forest. In popular culture, Robin Hood and his band of "merry men" are usually portrayed as living in Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire, where much of the action in the early ballads takes place. So does the very first recorded Robin Hood rhyme, four lines from the early 15th century, beginning: "Robyn hode in scherewode stod."

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