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Elmstone Church

Elmstone Church
This is an Anglican church in the village of Elmstone in Kent, England. The church dates back to the 13th century, and was designated a Grade II* listed building in 1963. The church is not known to feature a dedication to any known saint, a rare occurrence for Anglican churches in the United Kingdom; the church is thereby titled as "Elmstone Church" for any official purposes

The nave and lower chancel are from Norman times and are built out of flint. The chancel contains a north window and the nave contains two south windows; all three have Caen stone heads and sills, as well as jambs made of flint there are apparently interesting windows inside but they must have known I was coming as the church was locked!



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 ROL/Photo
ROL/Photo club
Beautiful architecture,
thanks for this explications
7 weeks ago. Edited 7 weeks ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
thanks!
5 weeks ago.

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