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Why Brits are Obsessed with Pubs

Photographer Horst A. Friedrichs went in search of the most intriguing pubs in England. And talked to the people who understand the culture.

vendredi 19 mai, Il y a 7 mois
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Photographer Horst A. Friedrichs captured the essence of English society in his book "Great Pubs of England." Pubs are more than just places to drink; they are community hubs where people eat, socialize, and play games. Each pub has its own unique stories and history. Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, one of London's oldest pubs, has hosted famous writers like Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. Gastro pubs like the Marksman in East London provide culinary experiences rivaling restaurants. However, the pub industry faces challenges with the rise of alternative entertainment options and the closure of many establishments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, there is hope for pubs to thrive and continue being an integral part of British society.


• Dart
A small, thin object with a sharp point that is thrown by hand in a game.

• Soul
The spiritual part of a person.

• Crowd
A large group of people who have come together.

• Cork
A short, cylinder-shaped piece of cork, plastic, or rubber that is put into the top of a bottle, especially a wine bottle, to close it.

• To Buck
To oppose or refuse to go along with something.

• Melting Pot
A place where many different people and ideas exist together, often mixing and producing something new.

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