The Lyth Valley in Cumbria has been featured in a book showing the most beautiful places on Earth.
The Lonely Planet's Beautiful World aims to show the vibrancy and diversity of the world.
The book’s description of the valley is:
“The unspoilt Lyth Valley is tucked in a hidden corner of Cumbria, where trees are laden with fruit and rolling hills are the most magnificent green.”
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