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St Marys Library
England

The library was added to St Mary's church Langley in the 17th century by the kedermister family. The library has remained the same since it was added and is due some restoration work not long after this panorama was shot. The books, not visible, behind doors are kept in good condition.

Copyright: Andrew Cole
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Resolution: 10168x5084
Caricate: 24/07/2011
Aggiornato: 12/09/2011
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