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Egloshayle Church
England

Egloshayle church (in Cornish eglos means church and heyle means river or estuary) stands on the River Camel on the edge of Wadebridge in North Cornwall. It dates from the early 15th century. The church has no saint and just bears the name of the village in which it stands.

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