Monarch's Way :: Shared Description
The Monarch's Way is based on the route taken by King Charles II during his escape after defeat by Cromwell in the final battle of the Civil Wars at Worcester in 1651, when for six weeks the 21-year-old was hotly pursued by Parliamentary troops. It takes in Boscobel (the Royal Oak Tree), Stratford upon Avon, the Cotswolds, Mendips and the South Coast from Charmouth to Shoreham. The total route is 615 miles. The route is signposted by a crown in a tree (Royal Oak) and ship.
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Created: Thu, 3 Nov 2011, Updated: Thu, 3 Nov 2011
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