Staunton Harold Church
On our way through Leicestershire, we stopped by an church to see whether or not if we could take a peek inside, and luckily, we were able to. From the outside, it wasn't exactly the most impressive-looking church as far as size goes, but there was a quiet boasting of religious history and pride here, and that's what makes the Staunton Harold Church a magnificent attraction on its own. An attraction doesn't always have to have wild, wacky designs and colours to make it pop out from the rest of the others, and the Staunton Harold Church proves that statement true. While entry was free, we were urged to donate a pound, which I gratefully did without a moment's hesitation. On the inside, beautiful woodworkings and a painted ceiling with, of course, religious figures, defined this magnificent little church -- something you wouldn't normally expect in such a small church, I would assume. Around the back of the church was a large pond and to the right and also a bit behind the church in a small area were graves from the 1600's, which, on its own, was also incredible to see.