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Bath Abbey courtyard by Jon Mills
Bath

A church has occupied this spot in the Roman Town of Bath since 757AD. The current building was founded in 1499 but not completed until 1611. Today the courtyard is constantly filled with entertainers and musicians performing to the perpetual throng of tourists.

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