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Alton Towers Resort, commonly referred to as Alton Towers, is a theme park, waterpark, and hotel complex in the county of Staffordshire, United Kingdom. It is the flagship attraction of Merlin Entertainments in the United Kingdom. The site opened in 1860 with flower shows and garden tours until a theme park was built on the site in 1980.
- also known as 奧爾頓塔
- part of Staffordshire, Alton, England, United Kingdom
- official website: www.altontowers.com
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The Garden (1873)
An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches
But Alton Towers is an exceptional lace. The valley, on each side of which the gardens are laid) out, is narrow and deli htfully varied. The nature of the ground and style of furnig ing, afford a succession of varied scenes, each beautiful and ...
The Sketch (1906)
A Journal of Art and Actuality
LTHOUGH Alton Towers is a more or less deserted house to-day, it still contains much of that wonderful collection of objects of art and furniture which distinguished it when it was world-famous for its hospitality. Nevertheless, Lord Shrewsbury ...
ALTON TOWERS. AMROTH. AMROTH. ARDMORE. ARDMORE. ARNSIDE AND SANDSIDE. ARNSIDE. and near the Isle of Burhon, and large bass in the Swinge or Surge Passage. Doctor. — W. A. Ross, The Square. Allonby (Cumberland).
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne
Alton Towers (completion), Bilton Grange (near Rugby), Chirk Castle ( restoration), Grace-Dieu, Leicestershire (restoration and church), Hornby Castle ( near Leeds; plans for rebuilding), Magdalen College, Oxford (gateway), Scarisbrick ...
by Michael Bryan
John Lateran, are in the Louvre; two in the Brera at Milan; and at Alton Towers, the seat of the Earl of Shrewsbury, there is a 'Fall of Simon Magus.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
Among numerous modern seats may be named Ingestre, Ham Hall, Alton Towers , Shugborough, Patteshull, Keele Hall, and Trentham. See Robert Plot, Natural History of Staffordshire (Oxford, 1686) ; S. Erdeswick, Survey of Staffordshire ...
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- Spinball Whizzer Detailed Explanation - Alton Towers
A detailed explanation into Spinball Whizzer at Alton Towers Resort. Showing the facts and interesting points about the ride.
- Air Alton Towers POV And Off Ride With Detailed Explanation
This Is What Air Looks Like On And Off The Fantastic Flying Coaster At Alton Towers !
- The Sanctuary Scare Maze Review, Description and Footage Alton Towers Scarefest 2014!
Do you dare to venture into the Ministry of Joy medical facility! This video will tell you all about the sanctuary and will contain some footage (from Caters News).
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