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Hailes Abbey
England

Hailes Abbey is a 13th Century Cistercian abbey which held the shrine to the Holy Blood.  This view from the Cloister is surrounded by the various remains of the church to the North, the West range, Refectory to the South and the Chapter House to the East.

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