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ABBEY CHURCH OF MALMESBURY SAVED BY USE FROM FURTHER RUIN

ABBEY CHURCH OF MALMESBURY SAVED BY USE FROM FURTHER RUIN

High on its hill above the encircling Avon and a small, meandering tributary stands the great Benedictine nave of Malmesbury. It dates from c. 1180, and is dedicated to S. Mary and S. Aldhelm. The present east end of the church.

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