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Baptistry Window - Coventry Cathedral
England

Early Sunday morning as the sun comes straming through the Baptistry window in Coventry Cathedral, creating colourful and changing splashes of colour across the Cathedral floor and walls. The window, which is made up of 195 panels, was designed by John Piper and created by Patrick Reyntiens.

Beneath the window can be seen the baptismal font, created from a large piece of rock brought over from the Holy Land.

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