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The Church of St Peter and St Paul, Chaldon
England

The Church of St Peter and St Paul at Chaldon in Surrey is famous for its 12th century wall painting showing the Ladder of Souls and the Seven Deadly Sins.

Copyright: Roy Reed
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Taken: 23/04/2013
Uploaded: 23/04/2013
Updated: 07/08/2014
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