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St Andrews
England

St Andrew's Church Bloxworth Dorset, date from the 12th century. I took this photograph near Christmas time as you can see the decorations are in place.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Uploaded: 24/12/2012
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Tags: church; christmas; nave; altar
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