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Royal Garrison Church, Penny Street, Old Portsmouth Hampshire England Uk
England

The Royal Garrison Church is the oldest British Garrison Church and has been called "The British Military Cathedral".

The church dates back to 1212.  On 10th January 1941, it was fire bombed, the Nave was destroyed but the walls were left standing.

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