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Derby Cathedreal
England

Derby Cathedral, not the classic English Cathedral, no cruciform floorplan, but this was originally a parish church built in 1725 to the design of James Gibb and given Cathedral status in 1927.  The 216 feet tall tower houses the oldest Ring of 10 bells in England.

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