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Long Melford Holy Trinity Church
England

A major 15th century church with more window than wall

Contains a great collection of stained glass showing gentry of that time together with notable memorials and a fine chantry chappel complete with wallpainting and a window of the crucifiction on a lily.

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Uploaded: 04/02/2014
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