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In front of the Altar, St Mary's Chapel, Sudley Castle.
England

A very peaceful and calm chapel with wonderful stained glass windows. To the left of the altar is the altar-tomb of Catherine Parr, the 6th and last wife of King Henry VIII.

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Uploaded: 24/06/2010
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Tags: stained; glass; altar; wooden; pews; catherine; parr; king; henry; viii; 8th; tomb; chequered; floor
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