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Church of St Mary the Virgin in Winter, Dover, Kent, England, UK: Bell Tower, weather vane, and clock of St Mary's parish church and snow. Church of England, CofE Listed Building. Lady Chapel in left-hand aisle, Organ in right. Tower sundial not in shot. Originally a Roman site: Saxon church burnt 1066, Norman church built pre-1086; Victorian restoration 1843-1844. Located Cannon Street, CT16 1BY. Urban Dover Architecture and Medieval History. See: www.panoramio.com...

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St Mary the Virgin Parish Church in Snow and Sunshine, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Eastern (chancel, apse) end of St Mary's, a Church of England, CofE Listed Building. Lady Chapel in right-hand aisle, Organ in left. Originally a Roman site: Saxon church burnt 1066, Norman church built before 1086; Victorian restoration 1843-1844. Located Cannon Street, CT16 1BY. View from Stembrook. Winter 2013 Urban Dover Architecture and Medieval History photo. See www.panoramio.com...

Close-up of St Mary’s Parish Church in Sunshine and Snow, Dover, Kent, England, UK. Chancel (apse) end of St Mary the Virgin, a Church of England, CofE Listed Building. Lady Chapel in right-hand aisle, Organ in left. Originally a Roman site: Saxon church burnt 1066, Norman church built before 1086; Victorian restoration 1843-1844. Located Cannon Street, CT16 1BY. View: Church Street. Winter 2013 Urban Dover Architecture and Medieval History photo. See: www.panoramio.com...

South Churchyard of St Mary the Virgin Church, Dover CT16 1BY, Kent, England, UK. Graveyard of this Church of England parish church is seperated from the church grounds proper by St Mary's Passage that runs this side of the blue railings from Cannon Street (left) to Church Street (right). Originally a Roman site, then probably Saxon. Norman church built between 1066 and 1086. Victorian restoration. Urban Dover Architecture and History photo. More at: www.panoramio.com...

Victorian Apse of St. Mary the Virgin Parish Church, Cannon Street, Dover CT16 1BY, Kent, UK. Eastern (chancel) end of St Mary's, a Church of England, CofE religious building. Lady Chapel in right-hand aisle, Organ in left. Weather vane on Bell Tower. English Heritage Listed Building. Originally a Roman site, then Saxon, Norman, and Victorian. Photo taken from Church Street. Urban Dover Architecture and History photo. More information at: www.panoramio.com...

The Eight Bells of St Mary the Virgin Church, Dover, Kent, England, UK. South side of the Church of England (C of E) parish church bell tower in Cannon Street with weather vane and sundial. Tower had 2 church bells in 1497; there were 5 prior to the English Reformation; in 1663 a 6th bell was added. In 1724 bell-founder Samuel Knight re-cast the 6 bells into the 8 tunable bells of today. Urban Dover Architecture, Norman and Victorian History photo. See: www.panoramio.com...

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