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The old historical town of Tewkesbury has lots of timbered, black-and-white houses. It's situated at the confluence of the Severn and Avon rivers.
It was the site of a Yorkist victory in the Wars of the Roses in 1471. Parts of the bridge, which - crossed the Avon in the 13th century, are included in the present-day King John’s Bridge. Among the 13th and 14th-century inns are the Royal Hop Pole Inn, mentioned in The Pickwick Papers, the timber-framed Bell Inn, and The Black Bear. The 16th-century Tudor House, now a hotel, has a priest’s hole (a hiding place) in the chimney of what is now a coffee room. The town’s most impressive building is the abbey, with a magnificent 132 ft high Norman tower.
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