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Colchester - St Botoloph's Priory - 18 11 2012 B
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Colchester

Sunday 18 of November I had the chance to visit the town and take some pictures.


here are some inspiring old cemetery/ruins


I it really charming and if you have the chance, don't hesitate to go there


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Colchester is said to be the oldest recorded town in Britain on the grounds that it was mentioned by Pliny the Elder, who died in AD 79.[9] Before the Roman conquest of Britain it was already a centre of power for Cunobelin – known to Shakespeare as Cymbeline – king of the Catuvellauni (c.5 BC – AD 40), who minted coins there

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