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Pulteney Bridge and Great Pulteney Street, Bath

England's insider take:

Great Pulteney Street is the longest, widest, grandest Georgian street in Bath, and part of a great scheme that was never completed. Consequently, its side streets lead nowhere and are almost comically short. Past Laura Place at its western end is shop-lined Pulteney Bridge, England's answer to the Ponte Vecchio and the great Robert Adam's contribution to Bath.

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