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Worcester cathedral tower

Charles II watched the Battle of Worcester from this magnificent vantage point. This is the Worcester cathedral's third tower. The first fell down in 1175. The second had to be taken down because it was unsafe. This one dates back to 1374.

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last updated: 17/07/2008 at 09:11
created: 19/10/2005

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