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Interior of St Nicholas's church
England

This is the church where the funeral of T. E. Lawrence better known as Lawrence of Arabia took place and he is buried in the church yard. During the War the church was hit by a German bomber it was rebuilt and the stained glass windows were replaced by engraved glass by Laurence Whistler.

Copyright: Sophie Morse
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送信日: 10/04/2011
更新日: 16/10/2014
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