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The Yarn Market

By dflory  
The Yarn Market in Dunster, Somerset was built in the early 17th century. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building and scheduled monument. The Yarn Market is an octagonal building constructed around a central pier.
Dunster was an important market place in the Middle Ages particularly following the construction of Dunster Castle and the establishment of the Priory Church of St George.

Tags: Architecture Somerset Street scene Dunster Yarn market

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RonDM Plus
7 300 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2021 8:41AM
Nice image great narrative

TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
25 Oct 2021 11:59AM
No mistaking this wonderful old building, and the very delightful village. It's such a shame about all the cars you get parked all the way along here on the High Street, without them it's such a timeless and unchanged place. Visited it twice and love the village (but not the cars!) A fine capture, David 😃👍
Trev 😀
JuBarney Plus
10 36 5 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2021 4:28PM
A really lovely shot
25 Oct 2021 9:16PM
A super image of the yarn market. Know this place well. The Lutteral arms is a lovely old pub to try and The Foresters has a sweary parrot! Debs
Chinga Plus
11 61 3 United Kingdom
20 Jan 2022 11:06AM
Lovely building. Very well seen.
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