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The Abbot's Porch Cerne Abbas Dorset
England

This is taken from inside the Abbot's Porch in the grounds of the Guest House which is all that remains of the Abbey, which gives the name to the village of Cerne Abbas. I particularly like the fan vaulting in the ceiling.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Uploaded: 18/02/2011
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Tags: abbey; porch; garden; gothic; church; ruin
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