2008 Heritage Open Days Go On All Over England

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BRISTOL, UNITED KINGDOM – SEPTEMBER 11: (EDITOR’S NOTE: A TILT AND SHIFT LENS WAS USED IN THE CREATION OF THIS IMAGE) Ivy and other plants grow over the gravestones at Arnos Vale Cemetery on September 11 2008 in Bristol, England. Set out in 1837 as a Greek necropolis, the 45 acre cemetery (which is normally closed to the public) has been neglected for over 50 years and has become a romantic wilderness of tombs & graves, ivy and birches. Every year, for four days in September, hundreds of buildings and places of every age, style and function throw open their doors free of charge to allow the public to see what is either normally hidden or an entry fee charged. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

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