The village printed on the passport

About 150 km from London, Bibury is considered the most beautiful village in England.

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Bibury village.
Poet William Morris once praised Bibury as "the most beautiful village in the fairy region of Cotsworlds" of England. Just an hour's drive from Oxford, the 17th-century village is famous for its honey-colored stone houses. Photo: Telegraph.
Bibury village.
The image of the village of Bibury has been selected to be printed on a new UK passport, showing the attraction of this place. Photo: Morgan Alice.
Bibury village.
Bibury is located in a hilly area, famous for ancient buildings nestled on the gentle Coln river. In the village,  grass, flowers, and plants grow lush, creating romantic scenery. Photo: iLongLoveKing.
Bibury village.
In order to keep the village from looking too deep, people planted vines to green their homes. Photo: Laura Facchini.
Bibury village.
In autumn, the trees turn orange, yellow, and red making this place even more romantic. Photo: Instagram.
Bibury village.
Bibury's beauty has also been taken into by many directors cinematographic works, in which outstanding is including two film of "Stardust" and "Diary of Jones". Photo: JeniFoto.
Bibury village.
To Bibury you should also take some time to visit the church of ancient St. Mary, the Bibury Court hotel that was built in 1633 in the architecture of King James I. After enjoying the Bibury landscape, explore the famous salmon farm, where you can catch and prepare your own dishes. Photo: Pegasusgroup.

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