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Scarborough, The grave of Anne Bronte, St Marys Churchyard
England

High above the sea, overlooking the old town and harbour is St Marys church. In a quiet corner of the churchyard is the grave of Anne Bronte (Bronte sisters) who died in 1849 aged 29 years. Its a cold sunny day in early spring.

Copyright: Peter Ward
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Uploaded: 14/03/2010
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Tags: scarborough; sun; sea; ann bronte; grave; st marys church
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