The Abbey Buildings At Abingdon

The Abbey Buildings At Abingdon

A picturesque corner of Abingdon below the abbey mill. On the left are the remaining abbey buildings with the medieval chimney of the Checker Hall. The abbey was supposedly founded in about 675 and later continued as a Benedictine House until it was surrendered to the Crown in 1538 by its last Abbot, Thomas Pentecost,

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Image size: 3863 x 5370, 20.34Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 29/10/2018

Ian Lewis | The Abbey Buildings At Abingdon
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