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St Bartholomew church, Fingest, Chiltern Hills
England

The famous St Bartholomew church in the beautiful village of Fingest. The Norman tower of the church dates back to the 12th century and is quite unique. Around the churchyard are some Medieval and Georgian cottages and houses and you can see the famous Chequers Pub if you turn 180° around in the panorama.

Copyright: Hans ter horst
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Uploadet: 15/01/2014
Opdateret: 03/09/2014
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Tags: church; churchyard; graveyard; chiltern; pub
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