A £15.5 million construction project is in progress, to restore York’s Guildhall, which has stood on the banks of the River Ouse for centuries. Certainly it was known by Richard III, who visited the building during his reign. And who lived in Yorkshire for many years as the Duke of Gloucester, of course.
Archaeologists have discovered ancient remains that go back to the Roman period. To read more, go to their article, where you will also find an informative video.