The Ruin, Hackfall, Grewelthorpe, North Yorkshire
The views from this little pavilion are breathtaking. The Janus-faced Georgian folly (meaning it has two faces) is dramatically perched above a steep wooded gorge with the Yorkshire countryside rolling out into the distance.
Nearby is Ripon Cathedral.
The Ruin, Hackfall, Grewelthorpe, North Yorkshire The views from this little pavilion are breathtaking. The Janus-faced Georgian folly (meaning it has two faces) is dramatically perched above a steep wooded gorge with the Yorkshire countryside rolling out into the distance. Nearby is Ripon Cathedral.

IN PICTURES: Nine quirky Yorkshire landmarks you can visit

Yorkshire has some of the most famous landmarks in the world - here we look at some of the more unusual and unique.

By Chris Page
Wednesday, 29th June 2022, 5:44 pm

From The Ruin of Ripon to the white cliffs of Bemtpon, all nine are worth a visit.

Once you have taken in the sights head to the nearby towns and cities, including Leeds, Ripon, Wakefield, Halifax, Harrogate and coastal towns of Scarborough and Bridlington, for lots more culture, bars and restaurants

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