High Street is dense with picturesque old structures, including many examples of Tudor style architecture. Featured here, the Pentice is a colonnade-guided covered walkway of storefronts that has existed from medieval times and survived WWII bombing. It acts as a core function to Winchester by way of foot-traffic.
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Architecture, Tudor; Architecture -- England; Architecture, Renaissance -- England; Storefronts -- England -- Winchester
Smolski, Chester, "Hampshire: Winchester High Street" (1973). Browse All. 1115.
historic buildings, neighborhoods, cityscape