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Fingest, Buckinghamshire | by Vitrearum (A B Barton)
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Fingest, Buckinghamshire

The mighty Norman tower at Fingest in the Hambleden Valley. The tower is unusually large and it was suggested by Sir Alfred Clapham that it served as the nave of the Norman church. It is topped by twin saddleback roofs of the 14th or 15th century and its rubble masonry covered in a skin of render painted ochre.

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Taken on September 7, 2006