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St George Portland
England

St George's is a redundant church, situated on The Isle of Portland it was finished in 1766. Unfortunately the walls have been repainted with an oil based paint instead of the original portland whitewash, and has peeled in places, but it is still a beautiful church.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Tags: church; whitewash; wall; interior; altar; nave
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