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St. Peters Church, Gunton, Suffolk.
England

The interior view of St. Peters Church, Gunton, Suffolk. A small church built in Saxon times. Located next to Gunton Wood at the North end of Lowestoft. 27 January 2011.

Copyright: Peter farrington
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Uploaded: 09/03/2012
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