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Parish Church of Saints Mary and Alkelda - MIDDLEHAM (ENGLAND)

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Description The Church of Saints Mary and Alkelda was founded in 1291 and consists mainly of 14th and 15th century architecture, although there are stones indicating the existence of a church on that site perhaps a century before.[6] The only remaining Norman artifact is a section of zig-zag moulding that was once round a door or window, and now appears above the north aisle. The church has a three-metre-high Perpendicular font cover and a replica of the Middleham Jewel. West of the church is St Alkelda's well, whose waters are reputed to restore strength to weak eyes. WIKIPEDIA (14-01-2017)

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Editors LLOP i BAYO, Francesc
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