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The Crossing, Malvern Priory
England

Malvern Priory has been extended and modified many time over it's history starting in 1085 as a priory for just thirty monks. From the view here in the Crossing you can see all the way down to the high alter and the wonderful restored organ.

Copyright: Robert bilsland
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Uploaded: 19/09/2010
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Tags: priory; crossing; stone; arches; chairs; stained; glass; aisle; organ; marble; statue; church
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