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St Albans Clock Tower
England

The clock tower in St Albans dates from the 15th century. The cobbled square at its front with circular bench makes for a picturesque and, despite the main road close by, peaceful place to sit and chat or have a sandwitch lunch on a summer afternoon

Copyright: Mark Schuster
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Resolution: 6500x3250
Caricate: 29/12/2009
Aggiornato: 14/07/2014
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Tags: st-albans; clock-tower; 15th; century; cobbled; peaceful; roman
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