Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places
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There's a tree by a house in Lincolnshire where Isaac Newton once stood, and an apple fell and lit up the future.
There's a mill in Shrewsbury that gave life to the skyscraper.
There's a house in Stratford where the greatest playwright that ever lived was born.
Today anyone, from anywhere, can go and stand on each of these spots, and imagine.
We need you to help us create a list of the 100 buildings and places that tell England's remarkable story - and its impact on the world.
Irreplaceable: A History of England will tell the story of these places.
Tell us about your favourite places in England linked to scientific innovation or discovery. Science & Discovery nominations close 7 July.
Important places connected to how transport has developed, how we travel and where we spend our leisure time.
Nominate a place where we live and where we grow. Tell us about somewhere you think helps tell the story of England's history.
A place where an international sport started, or a sporting triumph or feat occurred.
Places linked to singers, musicians, writers, poets and/or the works they created.
Places that mark, or were marked by, wars, battles, or disasters.
An important place connected to any belief; mythological, supernatural or spiritual.
Places associated with what we’ve made, where we buy and sell, or where we connect with the rest of the world.
The buildings which house our institutions, as well as places which have witnessed civil movements, or moments of social upheaval and mobility.
Nominate a place that has inspired artists, or is home to an important piece of art, or a building with special architectural significance.
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