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St Bartholomews Church, Warleggan
England

The small church of St Bartholomew in Warleggan was originally Norman, but most of what you see now is 15th century. The royal coat of arms dates from 1664. It was originally coloured, but now is just plain.

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Uploaded: 07/08/2011
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