National Geographic : 1933 Apr
© National Geographic Society Natural Color Photograph byFrank Wakeman FROM PIERS PLOWMAN TO JOHN MASEFIELD, POETS HAVE SUNG THE PRAISES OF MALVERN HILLS Traces of British occupancy testify to their importance in the defense of the country against the Roman invaders. The ruins ofthePriory, dating back almost 900 years, attest the part they played in religious history. St. Ann's Well is a reminder ofthemedicinal value oftheir waters, while the panoramas from their summits attract many visitors. This view is on the Herefordshire side ofthe hills.