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St Mary the Virgin, Tarrant Crawford
England

This 12th church has beautiful wall paintings of St Margaret of Antioch and the Annunciation dating from the 14th century it is very difficult to imagine what they must have been like when they where freshly painted with brilliant colours.

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Uploaded: 19/04/2011
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