Time  46 minutes

Coordinates 270

Uploaded January 18, 2018

Recorded January 2010

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436 ft
33 ft
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4.81 mi

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near Worth Matravers, England (United Kingdom)

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Has always been an area of ​​major industry. However, some arable crops were grown around the village of Worth after the end of the 20th century. In recent years, many farms have stopped working and their fields are sold to other farms or used in tourist trade. Today, there are only five working farms. The rooms dug marble in the 1st century, but when used outdoors, the quality was varied and some tended to fling. But today there is plenty of evidence to show the use of Purbeck marble in Rome, Britain. The industry disappeared until 1150 when there was a large increase in the church's building. Purbeck marble became the optional stone. Polished and used indoors, it became highly desirable and used in countless churches and cathedrals throughout England. During World War II, Worth Matravers played a major role in the development of radar. Its invention and development of land to radar has had a lasting effect on safe navigation. The only evidence of radar development that can be seen today is a plaque that marks the site.
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