What steals the show in our county of wonders?
THE Seven Wonders of the Ancient World have inspired artists, historians, writers and poets throughout the millennia.
But what are the Seven – or should that be Severn – Wonders of Gloucestershire?
We are asking our readers to suggest their favourite iconic landmarks – natural or man-made – in the county.
What inspires you? What reminds you of home? Where is your favourite place?
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Of course, Gloucester Cathedral and Tewkesbury Abbey are marvels of architecture and dominate the skyline.
But, so too does May Hill with its unique arrangement of trees at its peak, heralding the return to Gloucestershire from those travelling back to the county.
And we are blessed with the beauty of Cotswolds towns.
Our quest for the county's seven wonders has been well read on our website, www.gloucestershire- echo.co.uk
One reader, who gave their name as Dontyaknow, said: "I think mine would be the Cathedral, Severn bore, Cotswolds towns, Chedworth Roman Villa, Berkeley Castle, May Hill and the Forest of Dean."
Send your nominations to email@example.com or visit our website by Friday.
A survey has shown that only six per cent of Britons can name the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, which are:
■ Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt)
■ Hanging Gardens of Babylon (Iraq)
■ Colossus of Rhodes (Greece)
■ Statue of Zeus at Olympia (Greece)
■ Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (Turkey)
■ Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (Turkey)
■ Lighthouse of Alexandria (Egypt)