I go to university in Bath, which of course has a rich and varied history. It was a site of worship for the celtic goddess Sulis, and when the Romans came they built beautiful bath houses and worshipped Sulis-Minerva. Bath was a popular society town in the Georgian era, with many Jane Austen novels taking place here. She lived here, but famously hated the place. Now we have two universities, including the top-ten University of Bath, and are a thriving tourist spot with main attractions including the Roman baths, the American Museum, Bath Abbey and Georgian architecutre such as the Royal Crescent. I see balloon rides going overhead everyday and we have a terrible problem with traffic congestion.
My home town, which I'm not going to release here, is a historic town. This translates as 'boring town', though apparently our church was quite important about eight hundred years ago.
If you believe everything you read, better not read.