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Fillongley Village

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Panorama OF Fillongley village, located just outside Coventry in the county of Warwickshire.

Fillongley also has a church, the parish church of St Mary and All Saints, the tower of which can just be seen. It is also recorded that Fillongley had two castles in medieval times.

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