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Stock photo ID:170179183
Upload date:June 06, 2013

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St Nicholas’ Chapel (church) in King’s Lynn, Norfolk. The building dates from the 12th century and is a “chapel of ease”, the largest in England. It is subordinate to the parish church (now the Minster) of St Margaret as it was originally constructed for the monks of St Margaret as a chapel of ease. It is now a “redundant” church - that is, it is no longer used for regular services, though it is still a consecrated church and some funerals and other services are still held there. It is also used for concerts and local events. The spire was designed by George Gilbert Scott in 1870.
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