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The Three Arches

The Three Old Arches is purported to be the oldest surviving shop frontage in Britain.
The three arches at Row level are some of the earliest structures to be seen in the famous Chester Rows and provide a vital clue to what Chester's medieval stone houses looked like from the street.

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The Three Arches

The Three Old Arches are a feature of Chester's Rows on Bridge Street. They date back to the medieval period and it is thought that they are the oldest surviving shop front in England.

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Apr 27, 2010

Three Old Arches

The oldest surviving shop front in Britain dated back to 1274 and is located in Chester's Bridge Street.

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May 07, 2003
 
 
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Things To Do in Chester

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Chester Racecourse

Known as the Roodee,is the oldest racecourse still in use in England.Horse racing in Chester dates back to the sixtnteenth century.It is thought to be the smallest racecourse of significance in...
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City Walls

The city walls are not just the frame and fortifications for the city – they are one of their main attractions. The first city walls were built around 70AD and altered during the centuries according...
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Chester Cathedral

My visit to the new falconry garden at chester cathedral was so amazing that it's prompted me to join virtual tourist!! What a little gem it is after the hustle and bustle of shopping in the city....
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Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo is a Zoo park/ Zoological garden centre which was originally opened in 1931. I have been to a few different Zoos in England and Chester Zoo is by far my favourite. It is home to many...
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Albert Dock

When it was opened in 1846, Albert Dock was the 1st of it's kind, the 1st enclosed, non-combustible dock warehouse system in the world, and the 1st structure in the UK to be built entirely of cast...
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Chinatown

I can't say too much about the restaurants on offer in Liverpool's Chinatown having not eaten at any of them. It's still worth visiting (as I did) to see the wonderful arch known as the Chinatown...
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48 Bridge Street, Chester

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