If you've ever read the novel by Richard Adams, or been traumatised by the 70s movie version, you may have wondered whether Watership Down is a real place.
In the book, Watership Down is the safe haven that Hazel, Fiver and the other rabbits try to reach when their home at Sandleford is threatened by humans.
Adams didn't just invent these names, as every location in the book was based on an actual place. Watership Down is in Hampshire, on the southern edge of the North Wessex Downs, and is a lovely backdrop for a walk.
Apparently, this is the exact spot where Adams decided his fictional rabbit warren should be located. There used to be an old beech tree here and he imagined the rabbits living underneath it. The tree has since fallen, although a new one has been planted in the same spot.
If you know the story, you'll recognise some of the names carved into the fence here.