Isaac Newton:Theory of Gravity

The world’s most famous apple tree is still standing strong; gravitating tourists from around the world towards itself- in the middle of an orchard, adjacent to an historic manor – in the small market town of Grantham in Midlands, England.

The Woolsthorpe Manor was converted into a museum, where visitors can see Newton’s study, the room where he was born, and its parlour.

Newton was born at Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth in Woolsthorpe Manor on December 25, 1642. He was looked after by his grandparents after his mother left for another marriage. He completed his early education at the King’s School Grantham.

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One Word Sunday: fame.

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