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Steeped in history, with a charming medieval centre well stocked with ancient stone and half-timbered houses, Lincoln can claim to be something of a hidden gem – some 40 miles from its nearest large neighbour, it is often bypassed by tourists. Its 11th-century cathedral is the third largest in Britain, the 12th-century High Bridge, spanning the River Witham, is the oldest in England to have houses built on it, while within the walls of Lincoln Castle, one of the original copies of the Magna Carta, signed by King John in 1215, is on view; a heritage trail links many of the historic attractions. Remoteness has its advantages: two superb shopping centres, indoor markets and a variety of places to eat and drink are big plus points, and restaurants in Lincoln are good. Among the most popular are The Old Bakery, the Jews House Restaurant, and The Lincoln Grill at the White Hart Hotel, with lovely views of the cathedral.
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