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The Unique Beauty of Yorkshire Dales Inspires Its Divine Nickname

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The Unique Beauty of Yorkshire Dales Inspires Its Divine Nickname

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With 800 miles of stunning hills and dipping valleys, it's clear that the often-cited beauty of the Yorkshire Dales is no exaggeration. It's earned its grandiose nickname: God's Own Country.

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Northern England: birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, the Beatles, and a long list of mythical, historical, and literary legends. From Hadrian's Wall, the ancient stone boundary that stretches across the country, to the brooding Yorkshire Moors, the setting for Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, this aerial tour explores the region's most dramatic natural and manmade landmarks.

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