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St Michael's Steps - Coventry Cathedral
England

Early Sunday morning in Coventry on the steps between the old St Michaels Cathedral and the new Cathedral. St Michael's was destroyed during a bombing raid in 1940 leaving only the walls, tower and spire, one of three main spires in Coventry.

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Uploaded: 17/03/2009
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