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So how to choose from the gorgeous, fecund, fabulously eclectic longlist? With difficulty! Among my top 10 is a remnant from the dawn of the railway age in Darlington, an inn in Nottingham said to have been favoured by crusading knights, and a pier in Somerset once hailed by John Betjeman as the most beautiful in England. As a passionate advocate of the ancient world, I couldn’t resist two locations that relate to the Romans: The Fosse Way, one of Britain’s longest and most important Roman roads, and the Roman Baths in Bath. As a child, whenever we went on a family car journey, we would try to spot Roman roads, those straight, proud structures that carve their way through the landscape. Sometimes when we drive today we are still following these ancient routes; amazing to think of the Romano-British pilgrims who journeyed to Bath along lost Roman roads to the sanctuary of the goddess Sulis Minerva.


What’s more, archaeological remains close to the roads often share remarkable truths of the deep history of our nation. Recently in Leicester, archaeologists excavated a Roman cemetery where several of the skeletons seem to be of African ancestry. One of our great strengths is that we’re such a beautifully mixed-up, mongrel nation.


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Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places aims to find the places that best tell England’s story. We’ve been asking the public to nominate the places they think should be on the list and through 10 different categories, each judged by an expert, from Mary Beard to Robert Winston, all 100 places will be chosen and explored through a new podcast series. Here are my top 10 nominations.

1. The Fosse Way


Until the Roman invasion of Britain around 43AD, roads were little more than unpaved tracks. With their customary efficiency, the Romans quickly built and maintained a network of paved and gravel roads which equated to around 15,000km (9,320 miles) in length, linking key military and administrative locations. The Fosse Way was one of the most important and one of the longest, running from Exeter to Lincoln. The A46 follows the old road almost exactly from Leicester to Lincoln and some of the route survives as road or path south of Leicester and through the Cotswolds.









Chesterton Windmill, near the Fosse Way

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2. Dreamland Margate


One of Britain’s earliest surviving amusement parks and home of the country’s oldest operating rollercoaster, the wooden, Grade II listed Scenic Railway, which first began entertaining seaside crowds in the 1920s with its mile-long loops and curves. The site of Dreamland (as it was renamed in 1920) dates back to the British railway boom and the early 1870s when, in its original form, the “Hall by the Sea” was operated by a circus tycoon, the self-proclaimed “Lord” George Sanger.


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Dreamland Margate

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5. Site of the medieval Scrooby Manor House, Nottinghamshire


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Grand Hotel, Scarborough

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7. Caister Camp, Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk


Although Butlins, Pontins and Warner became the big players in the world of British holiday camps, they were not the first of their kind. It was Caister Camp, close to the old Roman fort, that pioneered the chalet accommodation that changed the face of British holidays in the 20th century. Caister’s camp was established on the Norfolk coast by John Fletcher Dodd, a teetotal grocer, in 1906, 30 years before Billy Butlin founded his Skegness camp. A founding member of the Independent Labour Party, Dodd initially ran Caister as a socialist holiday camp, drawing influential party supporters such as George Bernard Shaw – and all guests were expected to help with the chores. There is still a holiday park on the site, now run by Haven, where chalet accommodation (rather more comfortable than in theearly days) is supplemented with caravans and smart deck houses (haven.com/parks/norfolk/caister-on-sea).



8. Helvellyn, Cumbria


To many people, Helvellyn is the most enigmatic and evocative of the Lake District fells. At around 3,117ft high (the third-highest peak in England), it is a real natural wonder and one of the earliest mountains to be regularly climbed for pleasure. Its commanding position between Ullswater to the east and Thirlmere to the west has attracted hikers since walking became a popular pastime in the late 18th and early 19th century. Some of the routes up Helvellyn are challenging and not recommended for novices.









The summit of Helvellyn

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For a range of interesting walks in the region, see walklakes.co.uk.




9. Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Inn, Nottingham


Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem claims to be the oldest inn in England, with its establishment stated as 1189. The word “trip” formerly meant stopping point on a journey, suggesting the inn may have been originally used by travellers, pilgrims and crusaders on the epic journey to Jerusalem. It is built beside and into the sandstone rock upon which Nottingham Castle stands and among the curiosities inside are a wooden chair, which is said to increase the sitting woman’s chances of becoming pregnant, and a model galleon in a glass case, which is said to be cursed so that anyone who has dusted it has met a mysterious death (triptojerusalem.com).









Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

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10. Pump Rooms and Roman Baths, Bath


Bath’s thermal springs have made this site a centre of human activity and a destination for travellers for thousands of years. The first shrine here was built by the Celts and dedicated to the goddess Sulis. When the Romans arrived, the temple complex was developed and the name evolved into Aquae Sulis (the waters of Sulis). The great Roman buildings fell into disrepair after the Romans withdrew, but thankfully they were rediscovered in the late 19th century and are now one of the most popular (and fascinating) visitor sites in Britain. Bath’s fortunes as a spa town were revived in the Georgian era when the neoclassical Pump Rooms were built around the springs and fashionable society visited to bathe in the hot springs and drink the supposedly curative and foul-tasting spa water (visitbath.co.uk).









The Roman Baths were rediscovered in the late 19th century

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To learn more about Historic England’s campaign A History of England in 100 Places, see historicengland.org.uk/100places Bettany Hughes’s new TV series, Eight Days That Made Rome, is currently on Channel 5 at 9pm on Fridays.


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Despite a high-profile party campaign, and Mr Lit being listed on the ballot as standing for "David Cameron's Conservatives", the Tories finished third.
"The fact that most of these candidates have been chosen in hopelessly unwinnable seats doesn't stop the Tory spin machine claiming that they are now the true inheritors of the Muslim vote," said Mr Khan.
"This opportunistic courtship of the Muslim vote is made more remarkable by the fact that the Tories have offered very little in terms of policies which address issues affecting Muslims home or abroad," he said.
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"And Helen Grant was selected to contest Maidstone and the Weald, which is currently Ann Widdecombe's seat and is one of our safest."
"Mr Khan admits himself that Labour has 'given the impression that it is vacillating' about whether Muslims are 'friends or foes'. It has not done terribly well on the issue."
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At the same time I envied people who were successful in the world I enjoyed, which was listening to comedians such as Spike Milligan. At school I had a lot of friends, largely because I could make them laugh; it was my way of coping with school stresses.









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However, my father was very strict about my not becoming an actor. He’d spent a lot on my education at Shrewsbury School and he saw it as a slippery slope towards bankruptcy. But while studying at Oxford I became good friends with Terry Jones. We ended up writing The Frost Report, before moving towards the ultimate goal of making people laugh and doing a bit of acting, which is what happened with Monty Python.


I wish I could say we saw the golden future ahead of us, but really we were just lucky to have that particular job at that time. It didn’t pay well, but it was enough for me to start raising a family.


I got married quite young, at 22, to Helen [Gibbins]. We’ve been together 50 years, which feels like forever, certainly for her. It was a teenage holiday romance and we just got on very well. We shared a sense of humour, which has kept us going; we’re still giggling together. I think my younger self would be quite pleased, as he was very fond of her.


That I’ve travelled as much as I have is a dream come true for the younger me. I was 45 when the BBC offered me Around the World in 80 Days. It came out of the blue at a time when I thought I would be simply doing more films and scripts.









Michael with his wife Helen

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If my younger self could see me embodying everything he ever wanted but never expected, he’d have to pinch himself very hard. The fact I’ve stood on both Poles would give him a mild heart attack of joy.


He would also be pleased I am still friends with the Pythons. I’ve always stayed friends with people I’ve worked with. It’s partly due to the fact my father was quite contrarian at times. It made me averse to confrontation for the sake of it.


When I look at pictures of the young me, there’s a certain look in the eyes and mouth of someone on the point of laughter and I think he’d be pleased I am still the same.


If he saw me, aged 73, off on another adventure, I think he’d say; “Please, can I come with you?”


Michael Palin will be in conversation at the BFI & Radio Times Television Festival on April 7

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London may not have the immediate amorous connotations of Paris, but there are plenty of seductive spots spread throughout the capital. London bloggers have shared 10 of their favourite date experiences with us and you can read their romantic recommendations here.
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London’s original Routemaster buses were decommissioned in 2005 but it’s still possible to travel on the iconic vehicles on a ‘heritage route’. On route 15 (Tower Hill to Trafalgar Square), Routemaster buses travel during daytime hours and fares are the same as on regular bus services.
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The 1666 Great Fire of London obliterated much of central London; the Monument column (202ft high and 202ft from the fire’s supposed starting point) commemorates the event. Today the public can ascend the memorial’s narrow spiral stairwell to access impressive views over the Thames and London’s still-evolving city centre.
15. Discover Wilton’s Music Hall, Whitechapel
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Wilton’s Music Hall is the world’s oldest music hall and its crumbling interior beautifully evokes an otherwise vanished past. Intimate concerts occasionally take place on the premises, but you can also take frequent tours of the venue or visit its cosy bar on (most) Mondays to hear musicians perform old-fashioned tunes for free.
16. Take refuge in Highgate Cemetery, Highgate
Karl Marx, George Eliot and Beryl Bainbridge are among those interned at the Victorian, Grade I listed Highgate Cemetery. A perhaps unexpectedly popular tourist attraction, the ivy-clad East Cemetery is an intriguing, beautiful resting place; the West Cemetery can be visited as part of an hour-long guided tour.
17. Catch a performance at the Little Angel Theatre, Islington
Ostensibly for children, the Little Angel Theatre kids’ puppet theatre puts on endearing and innovative puppetry shows that are equally appealing to adults. Puppet clubs are held throughout the year for those who want to learn more about the art form.
18. Drop in to 2 Willow Road, Hampstead Heath
A family home designed in the 1930s by Hungarian architect Ern? Goldfinger, 2 Willow Road was a pioneering property that introduced domestic features that have since become commonplace. Architecture enthusiasts can join tours of the home; art fans can admire its collection of works by Henry Moore, Bridget Riley and others.
19. Take cover at James Smith & Sons umbrella shop, New Oxford Street
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Moments from the homogenous stretch of high-street shops found on Oxford Street, James Smith & Sons is Europe’s oldest umbrella shop. Handsome and refined, it can also be a surprisingly affordable spot to pick up a useful London souvenir. Cut-to-measure walking sticks, for example,cheap authentic jordans,http://www.vivasanvivat.ru/news/2015-04-28-solnechnyi-ozhog-ili-zagar-bez-problem.html#comment-56390cheapjordanshoesfreeshipping.com/bolg, cost from ?25.
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21. Wince at the Old Operating Theatre museum, London Bridge
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The old operating theatre. Image: Alamy
The little-known Old Operating Theatre museum harbours a gruesome past. At this site some 150 years ago, (occasionally) life-saving operations were performed in rudimentary style and without anaesthetic. Join a tour to hear how skilled surgeons amputated limbs with a slick twist of a knife, while novice doctors had to resort to saws and pliers.
22. Buy a bouquet at Columbia Road flower market, Bethnal Green
Every Sunday, Columbia Road is commandeered by East End market traders selling all manner of flowers and shrubbery. Huge bouquets of roses, tulips and lilies can be had for a song – expect to encounter big crowds sniffing out the bargains.
23. Bag a bargain at London's car boot sales
Plenty of Londoners would be surprised by the amount of car boot sales held throughout the capital, but with money a concern for many they remain popular. Opening days and times can vary, but one of the best online directories for London car boot sales can be found here.
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While London doesn’t have the climate to support year-round al fresco drinking,http://www.soundpoolradio.de/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=71707cheapjordanshoesfreeshipping.com/bolg, a number of bars open rooftop terraces during the warmer months. Exact opening dates and times vary, but there are plenty of venues to choose from each summer. See our favourites in this London rooftop bars round-up.
25. Stay late at London’s best museums
A number of major museum and galleries offer rolling after-hour openings - frequently with DJs, special events and late bars - where you can circumvent the school groups and day trippers. For starters, the Science Museum’s is on the last Wednesday of the month; Tate Britain’s is typically on the first Friday of most months; the V&A’s and the Natural History Museum’s are generally on the last Friday.
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Of course, this contact with history isn’t quite as simple and un-mediated as it may seem. The Pantheon in Rome is an almost unique example of a building that has actually survived to its full height without major modern intervention. The basic rule of thumb is that any wall you see on an ancient site that is more than two metres tall has been rebuilt in the last couple of hundred years, unless proven otherwise. There are exceptions. The great triumphal arches in Rome survived because they were incorporated in later houses and fortresses, and were revealed again when those structures were removed (even so the famous Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum is as much nineteenth-century as it is first-century AD). But the rule of thumb applies even to the most celebrated sites and buildings.
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1. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece
The Parthenon is just one of several famous temples that you can still visit on the Acropolis, a place which manages even now to work its magic, despite the heat, crowds, and cacophony of guides haranguing their parties. Part of the excitement of the place is continuing history. The standing buildings all date to the glory days of the fifth century BC, but the newly restored Parthenon has preserved the traces of the Christian church built into the earlier pagan temple, and sharp-eyed visitors will spot holes along its fa?ade where the bronze letters of an inscription honouring the emperor Nero were once fixed.
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03465/classical-athens_3465942b.jpgThe Parthenon Photo: AP/FOTOLIA
2. Aphrodisias, Turkey
A couple of hours journey from the Turkish coast (Kusadasi and Bodrum are the nearest large resorts), this Roman city is one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the last 50 years – a theatre, council chamber and temples, complete with some extraordinary sculpture, have been unearthed. The highlight is a sanctuary devoted to the worship of the Roman emperors, with 80 large sculpted panels still surviving. These include the first known image of the province Britannia (she is shown being close to raped by the emperor Claudius), and a marvellous scene of the empress Agrippina crowning her young son Nero.
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It was on this desert hilltop that the Jewish Revolt against Rome (66-73 AD) was finally stamped out, the last rebels – it is said -- committing mass suicide. The arid climate means that the Roman siege works still stand out: the encircling wall, the army camps, the huge ramp built up the mountain that eventually gave them access to the enemy stronghold. On the hill itself the most impressive survival is the earlier palace of King Herod. With typical autocratic bravura, he built a luxurious residence (and bathing suite) in the middle of the desert on a hill with no water.
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03465/classical-masada_3465938b.jpgThe former palace of King Herod Photo: AP/FOTOLIA
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The Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum are essential places to visit. But for a more peaceful journey back into the Roman world there is little to beat the grand villa at Oplontis (conveniently near the rail station of Torre Annunziata) also buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Whether it is the family villa of the emperor Nero’s wife, Poppaea, as often claimed, is quite uncertain. But it is certainly a villa on an imperial scale, with an Olympic size swimming pool, and cleverly designed gardens. And you sometimes have it all to yourself. (Editor's note: Mary Beard will be going to Oplontis on a Telegraph Tour, for which a very small number of places remain. See full details here.)
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The “Temple of all the Gods” erected by the emperor Hadrian in the second century AD was preserved when it was converted into a church of the Virgin Mary five centuries later. It’s the only substantial Roman building that you can literally walk into, as it was two thousand years ago. It is still an extraordinary display of Roman power and expertise. The concrete span of the dome was the widest in the world till 1958. And the coloured marble in the columns and floor was part of the profits of empire, brought from 1000s of kilometres away.
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Getting around
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Most of the streets are barely two donkeys wide. Public transport is virtually non-existent and taking a car will only involve more traffic jams. The only way of getting around is on a pair of legs. That said, the beaches of which everyone has heard – essentially, Pampelonne – are nearly four miles away. They’re not even in St Tropez but on the territory of the neighbouring commune, Ramatuelle.
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A few shuttle buses run to the beaches, but only from the more upmarket hotels. The solution is to hire a bicycle or scooter. Try Rolling Bikes (00 33 494 970939;?rolling-bikes.com) at 14 Avenue Général Leclerc.?They will rent you a push bike from ?12 a day, a 50cc scooter from ?35 a day.
Should you want to see St Tropez from the sea, try a one-hour boat trip from the Vieux Port with Transports Maritimes Tropeziens (00 33 494 550992;?tmt-aquila.fr). You’ll appreciate the beauty of the bay and the headland and, in all likelihood, the modesty of Brigitte Bardot’s house. ?11 for adults, ?6 for under-10s, free for under-4s.
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http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03465/classical-athens_3465942b.jpgThe Parthenon Photo: AP/FOTOLIA
2. Aphrodisias, Turkey
A couple of hours journey from the Turkish coast (Kusadasi and Bodrum are the nearest large resorts), this Roman city is one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the last 50 years – a theatre, council chamber and temples, complete with some extraordinary sculpture, have been unearthed. The highlight is a sanctuary devoted to the worship of the Roman emperors, with 80 large sculpted panels still surviving. These include the first known image of the province Britannia (she is shown being close to raped by the emperor Claudius), and a marvellous scene of the empress Agrippina crowning her young son Nero.
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4. Masada, Israel
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http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03465/classical-masada_3465938b.jpgThe former palace of King Herod Photo: AP/FOTOLIA
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The Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum are essential places to visit. But for a more peaceful journey back into the Roman world there is little to beat the grand villa at Oplontis (conveniently near the rail station of Torre Annunziata) also buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Whether it is the family villa of the emperor Nero’s wife, Poppaea, as often claimed, is quite uncertain. But it is certainly a villa on an imperial scale, with an Olympic size swimming pool, and cleverly designed gardens. And you sometimes have it all to yourself. (Editor's note: Mary Beard will be going to Oplontis on a Telegraph Tour, for which a very small number of places remain. See full details here.)
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http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03465/classical-paestum_3465935b.jpgPaestum is around 60 miles south of Naples Photo: AP/FOTOLIA
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The “Temple of all the Gods” erected by the emperor Hadrian in the second century AD was preserved when it was converted into a church of the Virgin Mary five centuries later. It’s the only substantial Roman building that you can literally walk into, as it was two thousand years ago. It is still an extraordinary display of Roman power and expertise. The concrete span of the dome was the widest in the world till 1958. And the coloured marble in the columns and floor was part of the profits of empire, brought from 1000s of kilometres away.
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At peak periods in summer expect world-class traffic jams on the main road. Even in April, it has taken me two hours to do the final two miles. To avoid this, ignore the main, sign-posted road into town. Continue beyond this indicated turning, heading instead for Gassin or La Croix-Valmer. There, take the side roads, via Ramatuelle and the Ste Anne chapel, to arrive at the back of St Tropez. Alternatively, arrive before 7.30am and leave after 9pm.
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Getting around
Walking
Most of the streets are barely two donkeys wide. Public transport is virtually non-existent and taking a car will only involve more traffic jams. The only way of getting around is on a pair of legs. That said, the beaches of which everyone has heard – essentially, Pampelonne – are nearly four miles away. They’re not even in St Tropez but on the territory of the neighbouring commune, Ramatuelle.
/content/dam/Travel/Destinations/Europe/France/Saint%20Tropez/st-tropez-getting-there-%20pedestrians.jpg?imwidth=480
At peak periods in summer expect world-class traffic jams on the main road- the only way of getting around is on a pair of legs
Credit:
This content is subject to copyright./Fraser Hall
A few shuttle buses run to the beaches, but only from the more upmarket hotels. The solution is to hire a bicycle or scooter. Try Rolling Bikes (00 33 494 970939;?rolling-bikes.com) at 14 Avenue Général Leclerc.?They will rent you a push bike from ?12 a day, a 50cc scooter from ?35 a day.
Should you want to see St Tropez from the sea, try a one-hour boat trip from the Vieux Port with Transports Maritimes Tropeziens (00 33 494 550992;?tmt-aquila.fr). You’ll appreciate the beauty of the bay and the headland and, in all likelihood, the modesty of Brigitte Bardot’s house. ?11 for adults, ?6 for under-10s, free for under-4s.
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Blake Griffin has now joined Chris Paul with his own Air Jordan 10. Could this mean we will have an upcoming PE launch hitting retailers,http://users.atw.hu/sj/index.php?site=forum_topic&topic=48481cheapjordanshoesfreeshipping.com/bolg, or could this just be exclusively for Griffin.
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#1014 Név: kciksAkkS 12.12.2017 - 09:48
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The black and chrome Air Jordan 6 low will make a return in 2015. Originally released in 2002,air jordan 11, the model will get the remastered treatment to celebrate 30 years of Jordan Brand.
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Officially launching to retailers on August 29th 2015, retail for the Black and Chrome Air Jordan 6 Low is $170.
Air Jordan 6 Low
Colorway: Black/Metallic Silver-White
Release Date: 08/29/2015
Retail: $170
Product Number: 304401-003
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#1013 Név: kciksAkkS 11.12.2017 - 11:09
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Today we bring you another look at the Air Jordan 6 Low ‘Oreo’ which was given to the two MVP’s of the Jordan Brand Classic,cheap jordans 11, Allonzo Trier and Cheick Diallo.
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The good news is the Air Jordan 6 Low Oreo might release as the box reads FA15, which for those that don’t know mean a Fall 2015 model. Check out more images below.
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