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Built in the C14th, the Parish Church of St Mary in Nantwich, South Cheshire, UK is one of the largest and finest medieval town churches. Its size, scale and architectural beauty make 'the Cathedral of South Cheshire' a popular tourist destination as well as being an active place of worship for the community.
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