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    Glastonbury, England - the resting place of King Arthur Beautiful photo

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    Glastonbury, England - the resting place of King Arthur. One of my favorite places in England.

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    #Glastonbury Abbey. Once the grandest and richest #abbey in #England . Now the resting place of #KingArthur .

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    Glastonbury Abbey Ruins | Glastonbury, England | Resting place of King Arthur and Guinevere. |

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    Glastonbury, England - the resting place of King Arthur | PicsVisit Okay one of my top places to visit now!

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Ever wondered where King Arthur is resting? Here it is in Glastonbury, #England. Via @feinere

Glastonbury, England - the resting place of King Arthur. I love the idea of King Arthur and the round table to I'd love to be able to visit here.

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Glastonbury Abbey ruins, Glastonbury, Somerset, England. From at least the 12th century the Glastonbury area was frequently associated with the legend of King Arthur, a connection promoted by medieval monks who asserted that Glastonbury was Avalon. Christian legends have also claimed that the abbey was founded by Joseph of Arimathea in the 1st century.