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St Mary Magdalene Church, Launceston
England

The church of St Mary Magdalene was built in the early 1500s, but inside the Victorians have left almost nothing from the original period. The pulpit is one of the few survivals. It was covered with pitch during the civil war and only restored as to its current condition in 1970. The chancel screen dates from 1911 and depicts eleven saints with Mary Magdalene at the centre.

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