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St Mary Assumption Uffod Suffolk
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St Mary Assumption Uffod Suffolk

Good Suffolk tower of flint and flushwork on the porch

Originally of the XIth century it was completed in the XVth

Copyright: Valentin Arfire
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9524x4762
Uploaded: 15/09/2013
Updated: 07/10/2014
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Tags: st mary assumption uffod suffolk; tower of flint
  • Keith Jones about 1 year ago
    Describe this simply as the parish church of St Mary, Ufford, Suffolk. In a small and scattered village, the size of this church shows the wealth of late mediaeval Suffolk with its walls of flint and carved freestone around windows and doors.
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