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Exeter Cathedral Courtyard
England

Exeter Cathedral is one of Britain's finest cathedrals. It's well worth a visit, and be sure to enjoy a coffee or Devon cream tea in its excellent cafe!

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Taken: 13/09/2009
Uploaded: 13/09/2009
Updated: 02/10/2014
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