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Bath Abbey
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Roman reenactors parading outside Bath Abbey. The Abbey is the only remaining part of a huge mediaeval monastery. A number of its exterior architectural features were added in the 19th Century. This sqare is on the site of the cloisters. Art exhibitions are occasionally held there.

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