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York Minster
England

York Minster - Looking towards the Great West Window and Towers.  The West Towers are 184ft (56m) in height and were completed in the year 1472.  The Pinnacles at the top are 30ft (9m) high.

Copyright: Andy elliston
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Uppladdad: 29/07/2010
Uppdaterad: 04/09/2014
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Tags: york; "york minster"; cathedral; gothic
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