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Sold, a desirable residence in Glastonbury?

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The smallest property on the market? Celebrating the housing boom and bust (and reusing estate agnent / realtor signs in an irreverent manner), this is a tiny space in Glastonbury Festival, 2010

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A: DJ booth in the Arcadia Spectacular stage at Glastonbury

by Keith Martin, 230 meters away

The view from the DJ booth in Arcadia Spectacular's stunning stage construction at Glastonbury Festiv...

DJ booth in the Arcadia Spectacular stage at Glastonbury

B: Glastonbury Skateramp 2010

by Wayne Edwards, 520 meters away

Painted by myself (Chu) and Mau Mau, for Glastonbury Festival 2010, in association with the So Soiled...

Glastonbury Skateramp 2010

C: Glastonbury Festival 2009

by Johnny Pope, 2.3 km away

This was taken at Glastonbury Festival 2009 on the wed (2 days before the festival officially starts).

Glastonbury Festival 2009

D: Bishop Garden, Wells

by Bernhard Vogl, 8.3 km away

Bishop Garden, Wells

E: Wells Bishop House inside

by Bernhard Vogl, 8.3 km away

Wells Bishop House inside

F: Bishops Palace Wells Somerset

by Richard Hart, 8.4 km away

Bishops Palace Wells Somerset

G: Wells Bishop House entry

by Bernhard Vogl, 8.4 km away

Wells Bishop House entry

H: Bishops Palace Wells

by Richard Hart, 8.4 km away

Outside the Bishop's Palace, Wells.  a castle looking place!

Bishops Palace Wells

I: Wells Market Place Somerset England

by Geoff Mather, 8.4 km away

The Market Place, Town Hall and entrance to the Cathedral via Penniless Porch

Wells Market Place Somerset England

J: Wells City Center

by Geoff Mather, 8.4 km away

A view around the center of the City.  The Market Placeand the High Street.

Wells City Center

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