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The English Church I

This is the interior of the Angelican Episcopal Church of St Peter and St Sigfrid, originally built in 1866 but moved to its present location stone by stone in 1913. It's usually just called The English Church, since the ceremonies are held in English.

 

I love gothic architecture, don't you? I had to make an appointment to shoot here, but it was well worth the trouble! The reverened even turned the lights on for me, obviously understanding a photographer's needs.

 

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Taken on May 10, 2012