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St Denis Church, Otterham
England

The origins of Otterham church are probably Norman, but was extensively rebuilt in the 15th and 16th centuries. It was heavily restored in the Victorian period when the north transept was removed, the north wall was rebuilt and a new wagon roof added.

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