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Abingdon-on-Thames Market Square
England
Abingdon is one of Britain's oldest continuously occupied town. The County hall houses the museum.
Copyright: Nikhilesh Haval
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Caricate: 09/04/2014
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Tags: marketplace; market town; town hall; architecture; building; heritage
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