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SJ4066 :: Medieval Stained Glass in Chester Cathedral

Taken 8 years ago by Jeff Buck near Chester, Cheshire, England

Medieval Stained Glass in Chester Cathedral by Jeff Buck
Medieval Stained Glass in Chester Cathedral

One of the few remaining pieces of medieval stained glass in Chester Cathedral. Most of the original glass was destroyed during the civil war and as a result the glass seen today dates mainly from the 19th century. Wikipedia LinkExternal link
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Subject Grid Square SJ4066
Subject Lat/Long 53.191717,-2.890193 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Chester, Cheshire, England
Photographer Jeff Buck
Taken 20140121 201401 2014 (about 8 years ago)
Submitted 2014-01-22
Context Historic sites and artefacts · Religious sites ·
Tag stained glass · cathedral · place:Chester · county:Cheshire · country:England · Chester Cathedral · medieval stained glass ·

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