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Glastonbury, Stone Age, Somerset, England

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A shop towards the rear of the Glastonbury Experience, called Stone Age has an interesting display.

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A: Glastonbury, High Street, Library Of Avalon, Somerset, England

by Geoff Mather, 10 meters away

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B: Glastonbury, High Street, Court Yard, Somerset, England

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C: Glastonbury Abbey, St Patricks Chapel, Somerset, England

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D: Glastonbury, Experience, Somerset, England

by Geoff Mather, 30 meters away

The Glastonbury Experience entrance leads to a numerous shops and the Library of Avalon.

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E: Glastonbury, Side Lane, Somerset, England

by Geoff Mather, 30 meters away

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F: Glastonbury, High St, Somerset, England

by Geoff Mather, 40 meters away

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G: Glastonbury, Market Cross, Somerset, England

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H: Glastonbury, The Gauntlet, Somerset, England

by Geoff Mather, 60 meters away

One of several side lanes off of the High St., with an abundance of small shops.

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I: Glastonbury Abbey, Lady Chapel, Somerset, England

by Geoff Mather, 70 meters away

The entrance to the Lady Chapel which is at the West end of the Abbey itself.

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J: Glastonbury Abbey, Inside the Lady Chapel, Somerset, England

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