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Reculver Ruins
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Twin 12th-century towers of the ruined medieval church of St Mary's stand in the remains of a 'Saxon Shore' fort and monastery first built in 669AD.

Copyright: Nick Moore
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送信日: 19/01/2009
更新日: 07/04/2012
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