Holt UK vs. Holt US: Where would you rather live?
- Credit: Archant
The much loved Norfolk town of Holt has many charming features, that make it a great place for people to visit. Whilst its distinctive character can not easily be replicated, we take a look at its namesake, Holt, Michigan in America to see if the two are alike not just in name, but in nature.
Barclays Bank, UK v PNC Bank, US
Holt St Andrew the Apostle Church, UK v Cedar Street Church, US
Byfords Coffee Shop, UK v Coffee Barrel, US
STS Tyre Pros, UK v AutoZone, US
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Market Place, UK v Cedar Street, US
Holt Post Office, UK v Post Office, US
- 1 Boss puts Queen Anne family home up for sale for £1.325m
- 2 Town's country park remains closed after woman's body discovered
- 3 Woman found dead in country park is named
- 4 'You get relegated playing the Norwich way' - Old boy Bruce on Magpies' sorry plight
- 5 Prince Philip memorial erected in town park just a day after his death
- 6 Childhood friends unite to launch barbershop together
- 7 Investigations continuing after drugs seized during police raid
- 8 EFL announce revised schedule to avoid Prince Philip funeral clash
- 9 New Turkish takeaway which cooks over coals shows how kebabs should be done
- 10 Giant Wheel soon to be 'operational' on popular seafront
Holt Community Primary, UK v Holt Jr High School, US
Shops, White Lion Street, UK v Shops, N Cedar Street, US
Holt in Michigan, America has a total area of 4.3 square miles, making it a similar size to our own. The first permanent settlers in the township arrived in 1837 and the community has built up since then to include a thriving community with access to a post office, hotel and several other businesses.
It is also home to a twenty mile long ancient, glacial esker which is the longest in Michigan.
Holt, UK: 3,810 (2011)
Holt, Michigan: 23,973 (2010)