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At the Altar of St Mary's Church, Great Bedwyn
England

St Mary's Church in Great Bedwyn. Building started in 1092 and was finished around 200 years later. Has a memorial to Edward Seymour, father of King Henry VIII's wife Jane. The bells has one of the heaviest rings in Wiltshire.

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