Royal Garrison Church, Old Portsmouth - Stock image
Church, Door, England, Hampshire - England, Memorial
'Portsmouth, England - October 30, 2012: The Royal Garrison Church in Portsmouth, England. The Nave of the Royal Garrison Church was destroyed by bombing in 1941. Originally the 'Domus Dei' (God's House), it was founded in Old Portsmouth by Peter de Rupibus, the Crusader Bishop of Winchester in 1212, as a Hospice to shelter pilgrims from abroad who were going to the Holy Shrines at Canterbury, Chichester and Winchester.'