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Lacock, Wiltshire
England

Lacock is the spiritual home of photography. Henry Fox Talbot was the local lord of the manor. Lacock has been a location for many films including: Sense & Sensibility, Cranford and Harry Potter. It is a magnet for tourists - how I would hate to live there.

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