TODAY'S TOP 10... UK sunrise spots

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Worcestershire Beacon: the highest peak in the Malvern Hills and an ideal vantage point to watch the sunrise.

2. Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire: The vast cathedral sits above the town and is surrounded by lush green grassed areas.

3. Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Wales: watch the first rays of sunlight creep over Snowdonia's mountains.

4. Glencoe, The Highlands: one of the best places to watch the sunrise over Rannoch Moor and the mountains.

5. Glastonbury Hill:

a sunrise here is said to possesses some special energy.

6. The Shetland Isles: Lonely Planet called the rain-lashed archipelago one of the world's best places to start the day.

7. Mersey ferry, Liverpool: a striking urban sunrise.

8. Saltwick Bay, Whitby, North Yorkshire: the sun rises over the sea from England's east coast.

9. Edinburgh: head to the top of Arthur's Seat for Scotland's top city sunrise.

10. Brighton, East Sussex: after a night's partying, hunker down with a blanket to watch the sun rise over the beach.

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