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Norwich Cathedral Anglican Norfolk Regiment Chapel
England

Inside the Norwich Anglican Cathedral at the far eastern end, beyond the High Altar, can be found this Chapel dedicated to All Ranks of the Royal Anglican Regiment (IX Foot) who since raising the Regiment in 1685 have in many lands given their lives for their Country.

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