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View from across the Master's Garden to the east. The east facade was originally built in 1200 and rebuilt in a neo-Norman style by Sir Gilbert Scott in 1870-76. The spire dates from the early 13th century and is one of the oldest spires in England... Credit: Holly Hayes.
A delicate spire with bells and clock at the east end of the church. Credit: Holly Hayes.
East towers of Bamberg Cathedral, 11th-13th centuries. Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany. Credit: David Joyal.
View of north exterior from Radcliffe Square. St Mary's University Church, Oxford, England. Credit: Holly Hayes.
View of the Schlosskirche on Lake Thun. Spiez, Canton Bern, Switzerland. Credit: Holly Hayes.
West exterior of the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), built 1396-1496. Delft, South Holland, Netherlands. Credit: David Joyal.
Medieval oak scaffolding inside the tallest spire in England, 1310-33. Salisbury Cathedral. Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. Credit: Holly Hayes.
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