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Church of St. Lawrence West Wycombe

Church of St. Lawrence West Wycombe

The 18th century Church of St. Lawrence, with its golden ball on the top of West Wycombe hill, is a well-known landmark, visible for many miles due its hilltop location, visually dominating the village. The church was remodelled by Sir Francis Dashwood inside and out. The hill is known as 'West Wycombe Hill' and was an Iron Age hill fort. Also situated on the hill is the Dashwood Mausoleum, inspired by the Colosseum in Rome

Chris Day

Image size: 4509 x 3000, 19.03Mb | Camera details: NIKON D5000 | Date uploaded: 02/07/2018

Chris Day | Church of St. Lawrence West Wycombe
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