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My recent photo had such an unusual title that nobody probably expects that this time I have simple used a real name of the village which you see in this photo. Robin Hood’s Bay is a small village at the North Yorkshire coast located south of Whitby and north of Scarborough. Both Whitby and Scarborough are rather busy coastal towns, both very attractive and definitely worth of visit. Robin Hood’s Bay together with Staithes which I have presented a while ago, are tiny villages with narrow streets and tiny houses squeezed in a relatively small space. The legend says that Robin Hood was here. Was he defending the village against French pirates? Did he have here his secret port? None of that is probably true but the name surely helps to advertise this charming place and although not marked on any international map, it is full of tourists.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2789 W: 95 N: 6743] (28420)
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