The Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham - Alter under a canopy
This is the The Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in the village of Little Walsingham.
Built in 1931 and set in attractive, peaceful gardens, the Shrine is a famous place of Christian pilgrimage. The replica of the Holy House of Nazareth, which houses the Image of Our Lady of Walsingham, welcomes thousands of pilgrims each year. The Shrine and Gardens are open daily to visitors.
Alter under a canopy.
On the alter is the latin "Lumen Gentium" in English - "light of the nations"