National Churches Trust - Importance of Historic Buildings
A survey of British adults on attitudes towards historic buildings.
Out of ten key types of historic buildings, adults in Britain are most likely to say that castles should be protected for future generations (34%), closely followed by cathedrals and churches (20%) and royal palaces (18%)
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