The hermit's cross

The hermit's cross

Somewhere around 1130 AD or so the story goes a Derby baker known as Cornelius saw a vision of the Virgin Mary in which he was told to come here and worship God. He dug this hermitage out of the sandstone and included a carved cross then lived here for some 20 years before moving to a nearby more conventional dwelling.

Steve Stamford

Image size: 6000 x 4000, 16.34Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7200 | Date uploaded: 11/07/2019

Steve Stamford | The hermit's cross
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