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Lanlivery Church
England

Lanlivery Church was founded in the 13th century, but the current building dates from the 15th century with much restoration being done in the 1880s and then again in 1993 and 2008. The south aisle has twelve remaining bays of a wagon vaulted roof with bosses including one of a 'green man'.

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