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Salisbury Cathedral
England

For over 750 years pilgrims have come to Salisbury to seek inspiration in the glory and peace of the cathedral.  Come to worship, to marvel at or climb up to Britain's tallest spire, or to be awed by the beauty and scale of the cathedral interior.

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Uploaded: 14/04/2009
Updated: 06/10/2014
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Tags: salisbury; england; cathedral
  • Beaux Pilgrim 4 months ago
    Excellant photo. I visited that church 2 years ago with my wife. Beautiful building and a great job. Nice touch on the HDR, it is just right.
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