~ Tintern Abbey ~ built in 1131 ~ stunning ruins ~ inspired William Wordsworth's poem "Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey" ~ inspired Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem "Tears, Idle Tears" ~ Wales, UK, ~ on the border of Wales and Gloucestershire ~ visit on the way to Cheltenham, Cotswolds ~

~ Tintern Abbey ~ built in 1131 ~ stunning ruins ~ inspired William Wordsworth's poem "Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey" ~ inspired Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem "Tears, Idle Tears" ~ Wales, UK, ~ on the border of Wales and Gloucestershire ~ visit on the way to Cheltenham, Cotswolds ~

The Effects of Nature: Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey | Jane ...

The Effects of Nature: Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey

Tintern Abbey Monmouthshire Wales: Make side trip while visiting Cardiff in July, check for year of Shakespearean Festival to coordinate.

Tintern Abbey Monmouthshire Wales: Make side trip while visiting Cardiff in July, check for year of Shakespearean Festival to coordinate.

Tintern Abbey is one of the most beautiful and holy places that I have ever been.

Tintern Abbey is one of the most beautiful and holy places that I have ever been.

Tintern Abbey is my favorite place I've ever traveled to.

A Romantic Walk to Tintern Abbey

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Tintern Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII.  The ruins are 881 years old.  #travel

Tintern Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII. The ruins are 881 years old. #travel

William Wordsworth, "Tintern Abbey". This poem is profoundly beautiful. It makes me weep.

William Wordsworth, "Tintern Abbey". This poem is profoundly beautiful. It makes me weep.

Tintern Abbey, Wales. Founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow, in 1131. The original church dates to 1150, though it was rebuilt in grand fashion in the late 13th century. In contrast to normal Cistercian simplicity of design, Tintern was decorated with intricate floor tiles and painted glass. At the time of the Dissolution, Tintern was the richest monastic establishment in all of Wales.

Tintern Abbey, Wales. Founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow, in 1131. The original church dates to 1150, though it was rebuilt in grand fashion in the late 13th century. In contrast to normal Cistercian simplicity of design, Tintern was decorated with intricate floor tiles and painted glass. At the time of the Dissolution, Tintern was the richest monastic establishment in all of Wales.

(read online) Wordsworth:  "Tintern Abbey"

(read online) Wordsworth: "Tintern Abbey"

TINTERN ABBEY..."Lines Composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey" (often abbreviated to "Tintern Abbey", or simply "Lines") is a poem by William Wordsworth. Tintern Abbey is located in the southern Welsh county of Monmouthshire, and was abandoned in 1536. The poem is of particular interest in that Wordsworth's descriptions of the banks of the River Wye outline his general philosophies on nature.

TINTERN ABBEY..."Lines Composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey" (often abbreviated to "Tintern Abbey", or simply "Lines") is a poem by William Wordsworth. Tintern Abbey is located in the southern Welsh county of Monmouthshire, and was abandoned in 1536. The poem is of particular interest in that Wordsworth's descriptions of the banks of the River Wye outline his general philosophies on nature.

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