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Hauteville House, Victor Hugo's house in St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands (click through for more)

Hauteville House, Victor Hugo's house in St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands (click through for more)

The oldest pillar box still in use in the British Isles, 1853 in Union Street, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands

This is the only pillar box in Guernsey that isn't blue. It's in Union Street, St Peter Port and is the oldest letter box still in use in the British Isles, dating from

Inside Victor Hugo's house, St Peter Port, #Guernsey. http://blog.redcarnationhotels.com/art-and-culture/top-ten-attractions-in-st-peter-port/

French author and poet Victor Hugo spent 15 years in exile in Guernsey from 1855 and the island provided the inspiration for many of his fine works, including Les Miserables and Toilers of the Sea.

Maison d'exil de Victor Hugo - Hauteville house, Guernesey

Hauteville House, Victor Hugo's home

Guernsey, England | The GREAT Britain Travel Bucket List | via It's Travel O'Clock

St Peter Port, Guernsey is full of things to do and see, and its picturesque seafront marina makes it one of Europe's prettiest harbour towns.

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