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Easby Abbey, North Yorkshire

Founded in 1152 by Roald, Constable of the nearby Richmond Castle, Easby Abbey is one of the best preserved of three Premonstratensian monasteries founded in England. Unlike its sister-abbey at Egglestone, Easby was substantially enlarged through wealthy patronage. 

After its suppression in 1536 the buildings fell into ruin, before becoming an object of interest for antiquarians and Romantic artists in the 18th and 19th centuries, including JMW Turner. The parish church within the precinct, which is still in use, contains rare 13th century wall paintings.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Taken: 29/09/2016
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Tags: easby; abbey; ruins; monastery; england; english; 12th century; religion; historic building; heritage; yorkshire; gothic; architecture; premonstratensian; white canons; medieval; refectory
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