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All Saints' Church

By Hurstbourne
All Saints' Church is one of Stamford’s oldest churches and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, but none of the original church is still in existence. There is a very small amount of 12th century stonework, but the bulk of the church dates from the 13th century. Standing on an island site between All Saints' Place and Red Lion Square, it dominates the market area between the Danish borough and the Castle area of the town.

Tags: Church General Architecture Stamford Landscape and travel

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LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2013 8:23AM
A lovely crisp architectural shot.

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dudler Plus
13 540 1101 England
19 Dec 2013 9:22AM
Beautiful light, carefully controlled tones. However, for my money, lovely as this is, it's oversharpened...

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