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St Michael's Church, Bempton, East Yorkshire
England

Here we are standing in the nave of St. Michael's Church Bempton, in the East Riding Of Yorkshire. The nave is the oldest part of the building and dates from between 1120-1140 AD. The vivid painted ceiling hides the rough hewn timbers that support the roof.

Copyright: Peter ward
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Uploaded: 25/05/2010
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Tags: bempton; east yorkshire; village; church; interior
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