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History unfolds on Nevada Street in England

GREENWICH, England – This beautiful little village on the south bank of the Thames River can trace its history back more than 3,000 years, when Celtic tribes came across the English Channel from Europe and established a rudimentary port here. And in 55 B.C., Roman Gen. Julius Caesar invaded England, turned into into one of his far-flung colonies, and had his architects and engineers build a villa or temple on a site in Greenwich that today is known as Maze Hill. But my wife, Ludie, and I, who had not visited this UN World Heritage City in at least 15 …

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The Nevada Appeal Updated Jul 18, 2013 06:35PM Published Jul 18, 2013 06:35PM Copyright 2013 The Nevada Appeal. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.