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Frozen River Ouse and Lendal Bridge, York
England

Lendal Bridge and the frozen River Ouse viewed from outside the Rowing Club building.  Lendal Tower and York Minster can be seen to the left of the bridge.

Copyright: Andy Elliston
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11782x5891
Caricate: 25/12/2010
Aggiornato: 17/10/2014
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Tags: river; "river ouse"; lendal bridge; "frozen river"
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