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Interior view of Wimborne Minster
England

Wimborne Minster is dedicated to Saint Cuthburga. I particularly like the bright blue of the ceiling in the tower. The sun was setting outside and the light was not good in the church, they very kindly switched the lights on for me, so there is a little flare from them.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Uploaded: 20/02/2011
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Tags: minster; church; nave; alter; transept; tower
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