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Hughenden St Michael & All Angels church, Hughenden Valley, Chiltern Hills

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The St Michael & All Angels Church is located just next to Hughenden Manor in the Hughenden Valley; the church is famous for the tomb of Benjamin Disraeli who lived in the Manor. It is also known as "The Church in the Park" as it is perfectly located in the Hughenden Valley.

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