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Two Rooms in Floyd Friends Meetinghouse
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Floyd proudly calls itself "the most rural county in Virginia". The small Quaker community there (http://floyd.bym-rsf.net/about-2-2/) built this lovely meetinghouse about 10years ago.  

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更新: 30/06/2014
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