Soundmarks is an audio trail which enables listeners to explore the rich and fascinating history of Aldborough Roman Town, North Yorkshire, UK.
At eight sites through the village, archaeologist and artist Dr Rose Ferraby narrates the stories of the landscape, and its sub-surface histories.
This narration is woven with sound pieces created by artist Rob St John using field recordings and graphic scores determined by the landscape.
The walk is on flat, relatively accessible terrain, and should take between 1-1.5 hours to complete. The eight sites can be explored in any order.
For more information, and a map: https://soundmarks.co.uk/
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