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Chapel Christ The Servant - Coventry Cathedral
England

Late afternoon at the Chapel of Christ The Servant - part of Coventry Cathedral. This quiet part of the Cathedral is on the east side. The new Cathedral, alongside the old St Michaels, provide a focal point for visitors to the city.

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Uploaded: 28/02/2009
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