Bibury is a village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It is situated on the River Coln, about 6.5 miles northeast of Cirencester. In the Domesday Book, the place is named Becheberie, and it is recorded that the lands and church in Bibury were held by St Mary's Priory at Worcester, from whom it passed in 1130 to the Abbey of Osney, near Oxford they continued to hold it until the dissolution of the abbey in 1540.

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  • Bibury, ist ein Dorf im Bezirk Gloucestershire in England. Es gilt als besonders typisches Dorf der Cotswolds. Der Künstler und Schriftsteller William Morris nannte Bibury „the most beautiful village in England“ . Die honigfarbenen Steinhäuser aus dem 17. Jahrhundert waren die Behausung von Webern, die die benachbarte Arlington Mill mit Stoff versorgten.
  • Bibury – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Gloucestershire, w dystrykcie Cotswold. Leży 31 km na wschód od miasta Gloucester i 121 km na zachód od Londynu.
  • Bibury (600 ab. ca. ) è un villaggio con status di parrocchia civile della contea inglese del Gloucestershire, situato nell'area delle Cotswolds, lungo il corso del fiume Coln. Fu definito dallo scrittore William Morris "il più bel villaggio dell'Inghilterra".
  • Bibury est un petit village anglais situé dans le district de Cotswold et le comté du Gloucestershire. C'est un village pittoresque typique des Cotswolds. L'artiste et artisan William Morris appela Bibury «le plus beau village d'Angleterre» lors de sa visite du village. Les cottages datent en majorité du XVII siècle, sont bâtis de pierres couleur miel et ont des toits en pente raide. La rivière Coln coule à travers le village, le long de la rue principale. Les attractions de Bibury incluent une ferme de truites (1902), où quelque 10 millions de truites arc-en-ciel naissent chaque année. À la fin du XIX siècle, George Witts raconta la découverte de la villa romaine de Bibury : « Au cours de l'année 1880, une villa romaine a été découverte accidentellement dans la paroisse de Bibury, à environ six milles au nord-est de Cirencester. Certaines poteries romaines, des pièces de monnaie, des restes de trottoirs ont été trouvés, mais aucun examen n'a encore eu lieu, et aucune description de la villa ne peut être donnée.  »
  • Bibury is een dorp in Gloucestershire. Het is gelegen aan de Coln, ongeveer 10,5 km ten noordoosten van Cirencester. De Anglicaanse parochiekerk van Saint Mary is Saksisch met latere toevoegingen. Bibury ligt in de Cotswolds en werd door William Morris, de voorman van de Arts-and-craftsbeweging, omschreven als het mooiste dorp in Engeland. In de honingkleurige 17de-eeuwse stenen huisjes met steil hellende daken woonden vroeger wevers. De doeken die zij maakten werden in de nabijgelegen Arlington Mill verwerkt tot vilt. Deze molen herbergt nu een streek- en landbouwmuseum. De rivier Coln, die langs de hoofdstraat stroomt, zorgt voor de watervoorziening van een forellenkwekerij waar jaarlijks ongeveer 10 miljoen regenboogforellen worden voortgebracht. In 1880 werd toevallig een Romeinse villa ontdekt. Er werd enig Romeinse aardewerk en wat munten gevonden en resten van mozaïekvloeren.
  • Bibury is a village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It is situated on the River Coln, about 6.5 miles northeast of Cirencester. In the Domesday Book, the place is named Becheberie, and it is recorded that the lands and church in Bibury were held by St Mary's Priory at Worcester, from whom it passed in 1130 to the Abbey of Osney, near Oxford they continued to hold it until the dissolution of the abbey in 1540. The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary is Saxon with altar additions. From AD 1130 until the English Reformation, it was a peculier of Osney Abbey in Oxford. Adjacent to the church is the village primary school whose building was originally built in the 1850s. The school currentlyTemplate:When? has around 30 pupils in 2 classes. On the Arlington (west) side of the village is Arlington Baptist Church, where a congregation has been meeting since the 1740s. The artist and craftsman William Morris called Bibury "the most beautiful village in England" when he visited it. Its honey-coloured 17th century stone cottages with steeply pitched roofs once housed weavers who supplied cloth for fulling at nearby Arlington Mill. The Mill is now a private residence. The picturesque Arlington Row cottages were built in 1380 as a monastic wool store. This was converted into a row of weavers' cottages in the 17th century. The cloth produced there was sent to Arlington Mill. Arlington Row is probably one of the most photographed Cotswold scenes, and was preserved by the Royal College of Arts. It has been used as a film and TV location — most notably for Stardust and Bridget Jones Diary. The River Coln flows alongside the main street. Its water, along with the Bibury Spring, supplies Bibury Trout farm, founded in 1902, by the famous naturalist Arthur Severn, to stock the local rivers and streams with the native Brown Trout. The hatchery spawns up to 6 million trout ova every year. Late in the 19th century George Witts recounted the discovery of the Bibury Roman villa: In the year 1880 a Roman villa was accidentally discovered in the parish of Bibury, about six miles northeast of Cirencester. Some Roman pottery, coins, remnants of tesselated pavements, &c. , were found, but as no examination has yet taken place, no description of the building can be given. — George Witts, 1883
  • 拜伯里(Bibury)是英国格洛斯特郡的一个村庄和民政教区。它坐落在科隆河畔,距赛伦塞斯特6.5公里。根据记录,拜伯里的土地和教堂归伍斯特的圣玛丽修道院管辖,1130年转归牛津附近的奥斯尼修道院管辖,直到1540年修道院解散。 艺术家威廉·莫里斯在访问拜伯里时称其为“英格兰最美丽的村庄”。 风景如画的阿灵顿路小屋建于1380年,最初作为寺院羊毛店。17世纪转成织布小屋。这里生产的布被送往阿灵顿工厂。阿灵顿路可能是拍摄最多的的科茨沃尔德的场景之一,并被皇家艺术学院保存。它已被用来多部电影和电视作为拍摄地,其中最出名的是《星尘》和《布里吉特·琼斯的日记》。
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  • Bibury is een dorp in Gloucestershire. Het is gelegen aan de Coln, ongeveer 10,5 km ten noordoosten van Cirencester. De Anglicaanse parochiekerk van Saint Mary is Saksisch met latere toevoegingen. Bibury ligt in de Cotswolds en werd door William Morris, de voorman van de Arts-and-craftsbeweging, omschreven als het mooiste dorp in Engeland. In de honingkleurige 17de-eeuwse stenen huisjes met steil hellende daken woonden vroeger wevers.
  • Bibury est un petit village anglais situé dans le district de Cotswold et le comté du Gloucestershire. C'est un village pittoresque typique des Cotswolds. L'artiste et artisan William Morris appela Bibury «le plus beau village d'Angleterre» lors de sa visite du village. Les cottages datent en majorité du XVII siècle, sont bâtis de pierres couleur miel et ont des toits en pente raide. La rivière Coln coule à travers le village, le long de la rue principale.
  • Bibury, ist ein Dorf im Bezirk Gloucestershire in England. Es gilt als besonders typisches Dorf der Cotswolds. Der Künstler und Schriftsteller William Morris nannte Bibury „the most beautiful village in England“ . Die honigfarbenen Steinhäuser aus dem 17. Jahrhundert waren die Behausung von Webern, die die benachbarte Arlington Mill mit Stoff versorgten.
  • Bibury – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Gloucestershire, w dystrykcie Cotswold. Leży 31 km na wschód od miasta Gloucester i 121 km na zachód od Londynu.
  • Bibury (600 ab. ca. ) è un villaggio con status di parrocchia civile della contea inglese del Gloucestershire, situato nell'area delle Cotswolds, lungo il corso del fiume Coln. Fu definito dallo scrittore William Morris "il più bel villaggio dell'Inghilterra".
  • Bibury is a village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England. It is situated on the River Coln, about 6.5 miles northeast of Cirencester. In the Domesday Book, the place is named Becheberie, and it is recorded that the lands and church in Bibury were held by St Mary's Priory at Worcester, from whom it passed in 1130 to the Abbey of Osney, near Oxford they continued to hold it until the dissolution of the abbey in 1540.
  • 拜伯里(Bibury)是英国格洛斯特郡的一个村庄和民政教区。它坐落在科隆河畔,距赛伦塞斯特6.5公里。根据记录,拜伯里的土地和教堂归伍斯特的圣玛丽修道院管辖,1130年转归牛津附近的奥斯尼修道院管辖,直到1540年修道院解散。 艺术家威廉·莫里斯在访问拜伯里时称其为“英格兰最美丽的村庄”。 风景如画的阿灵顿路小屋建于1380年,最初作为寺院羊毛店。17世纪转成织布小屋。这里生产的布被送往阿灵顿工厂。阿灵顿路可能是拍摄最多的的科茨沃尔德的场景之一,并被皇家艺术学院保存。它已被用来多部电影和电视作为拍摄地,其中最出名的是《星尘》和《布里吉特·琼斯的日记》。
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