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17005.01.01 
 Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury, Somerset, England, UK. The tower is all that remains of a church dedicated to St Michael which collapsed in an earthquake of 1275. The Tor has been associated with magic, mystery, folklore and religion for thousands of years. Its terraces have been dated to Neolithic times, folklore suggests it is the home of Gywnn ap Nudd, the king of the underworld, and is the gateway to the realm of Annwn, Joseph of Arimathea is said to have built an early chapel here, there is association with the Holy Grail and also with King Arthur and Avalon. 
 Keywords: English tall high hill tower on top hilltop above looking over summit St Michael church magic, mystery, folklore religion pagan Christian Christianity Neolithic Iron Age Gywnn ap Nudd Annwn Joseph of Arimathea Holy Grail King Arthur Avalon lgpl
17005.01.02 
 The tower on Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury, Somerset, England, UK. The tower is all that remains of a church dedicated to St Michael which collapsed in an earthquake of 1275. The Tor has been associated with magic, mystery, folklore and religion for thousands of years. Its terraces have been dated to Neolithic times, folklore suggests it is the home of Gywnn ap Nudd, the king of the underworld, and is the gateway to the realm of Annwn, Joseph of Arimathea is said to have built an early chapel here, there is association with the Holy Grail and also with King Arthur and Avalon. Richard Whiting, the last abbot of Glastonbury Abbey, was executed on the Tor in 1539. 
 Keywords: English tall high hill church tower angle buttresses square on top hilltop above looking over summit St Michael church magic, mystery, folklore religion pagan Christian Christianity Neolithic Iron Age Gywnn ap Nudd Annwn Joseph of Arimathea Holy Grail King Arthur Avalon lgpl
17005.01.03 
 The tower on Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury, Somerset, England, UK. The tower is all that remains of a church dedicated to St Michael which collapsed in an earthquake of 1275. The Tor has been associated with magic, mystery, folklore and religion for thousands of years. Its terraces have been dated to Neolithic times, folklore suggests it is the home of Gywnn ap Nudd, the king of the underworld, and is the gateway to the realm of Annwn, Joseph of Arimathea is said to have built an early chapel here, there is association with the Holy Grail and also with King Arthur and Avalon. Richard Whiting, the last abbot of Glastonbury Abbey, was executed on the Tor in 1539. 
 Keywords: English tall high hill church tower angle buttresses square on top hilltop above looking over summit St Michael church magic, mystery, folklore religion pagan Christian Christianity Neolithic Iron Age Gywnn ap Nudd Annwn Joseph of Arimathea Holy Grail King Arthur Avalon lgpl
17006.01.01 
 Ebbor Gorge, Mendip Hills, north of Wells, Somerset, England, UK. 
 Keywords: English limestone rock rocky physical geography geographic feature erosion eroded water collapsed cavern cave soluble dissolved geology landscape cliff steep sided high narrow path footpath trail bottom valley vegetation trees bushes micro climate protected sheltered lady woman person walking looking at nature natural flora bright spring day country countryside pretty beauty beautiful scene scenic scenery lgpl
17006.01.02 
 Ebbor Gorge, Mendip Hills, north of Wells, Somerset, England, UK. 
 Keywords: English limestone rock rocky physical geography geographic feature erosion eroded water collapsed cavern cave soluble dissolved geology landscape cliff steep sided high narrow winding ascending climbing going up path footpath trail bottom valley vegetation trees bushes micro climate protected sheltered lady woman person walking looking at nature natural flora bright spring day country countryside pretty beauty beautiful scene scenic scenery lgpl
17006.01.04 
 Cheddar Gorge, Mendip Hills, north of Wells, Somerset, England, UK. 
 Keywords: English limestone rock rocky physical geography geographic feature erosion eroded water collapsed cavern cave soluble dissolved geology landscape cliff steep sided high vertiginous winding ascending descending climbing going up down road driving motoring motorcar car automobile bottom valley vegetation trees bushes micro climate protected sheltered nature natural bright spring day country countryside pretty beauty beautiful scene scenic scenery lgpl
17007.01.01 
 West facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.02 
 West facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses Chapter House tall large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.03 
 West facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.04 
 West facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.05 
 West facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.06 
 West facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.07 
 Detail of the west facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall lancet windows large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.08 
 Gable and window detail of the west facade of Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The west front was designed by Thomas Norreys and built in the period 1229-1249 for Bishop Jocelin, though the two towers, designed by William de Wynford were added later by Bishops Harewell and Bubwith. The architectural style is pure Early English. There were originally over 400 sculpted figures on the facade. Nearly 300 remain and are the finest collection of medieval sculpture in England. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures many several dozens early architecture architectural style perpendicular towers angle buttresses tall lancet windows large big beautiful fantastic wonderful grand pretty fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.09 
 Curving stair leading to the Chapter House, Wells Cathedral, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. A church dedicated to St Andrew was founded by King Ine circa 705, but the present cathedral was commenced under Bishop Reginald in 1180. The staircase is in Early Decorated style of architecture. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted fluted columns black white early architecture architectural style curve curving sweeping transition changing direction rising stairway staircase leading to entrance way in up doorway turning straight ahead junction shapes fairy tale old ancient medieval lgpl
17007.01.10 
 The Bishop's Eye Gate (leading to the Bishop's Palace), Market Place, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. Built by Bishop Beckington, circa 1450. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style leading to archway arch gateway entrance way fairy tale old ancient medieval tower turret shield coat of arms bright spring sunny day lgpl
17007.01.11 
 The Penniless Porch (leading to Cathedral Green), Market Place, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. Built by Bishop Beckington, circa 1450. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building decoration decorated ornate stonework sculpture sculptural sculpted figures early architecture architectural style leading to archway arch gateway entrance way fairy tale old ancient medieval tower turret shield coat of arms logo symbol bright spring sunny day lgpl
17007.01.12 
 Moat and 14 th century Gatehouse to the Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. Built by Bishop Ralph of Shrewsbury. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building stonework early architecture architectural style leading to archway arch gateway entrance way fairy tale old ancient medieval tower turret defence fortification lgpl
17007.01.13 
 Ruins of the Great Hall seen through 14 th century Gatehouse to the Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. The Great Hall was built by Bishop Burnell (1274-92) and dismantled by Bishop Barlow (1549-54), and the Gatehouse was built by Bishop Ralph of Shrewsbury. 
 Keywords: English religion religious Christian Christianity stone building stonework early architecture architectural style leading to archway arch gateway entrance way fairy tale old ancient medieval tower turret castellated wall decoration bare tree lgpl
17007.01.14 
 Symbols on a public toilet sign, Mendip District Council, Wells, Somerset, England, UK. Indicating male, female and invalid toilets, and baby changing facilities. One wonders how many man hours must have been spent just on the design of this sign, and why most of it is necessary when the provided facilities can be seen after taking two steps inside the door! 
 Keywords: English logo icon depiction visual plastic panel notice coloured graphic design convenience facilities invalid accessibility baby changing lgpl

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