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Holy Trinity Church, Chapel Stile, Langdale, Cumbria, UK

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Holy Trinity Church, Chapel Stile, Langdale, Cumbria, UK

Built in the 1850s this church in the heart of Landale in the Lake District is a Grade ii Listed building, It is built from local stone and slate.



  • At the bus station [DSCF2745]

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    At the bus station   [DSCF2745]



  • Spalding - St Mary & St Nicolas Parish Church

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    Spalding - St Mary & St Nicolas Parish Church

    St Mary & St Nicolas Parish Church, Church Street, Spalding

    Grade I listed

    List Entry Number: 1359547

    Details

    TF 2421SPALDINGCHURCH STREET (South side) 722/1/44Parish Church of St Mary and St Nicholas 29.12.1950

    GVI

    Built as the parish church by Prior William de Littleport, circa 1284, on the site of a Norman Chapel (of which some remains. Basically of cruciform shape, with C14 and C15 accretions. North chapel by Sir G G Scott in 1865-7, at the time of a general restoration. Perpendicular hammerbeam roof (with angels) restored by Scott. West doorway into tower of 1688. Chancel ceiling by Stephen Dykes-Bower. Screen by J Oldrid Scott, 1875.

    The Parish Church of St Mary and St Nicholas Wall and Gateway to the Parish Church of St Mary and St Nicholas and Beech House form a group.


    Listing NGR: TF2502222433


    historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1359547

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    St Mary and St Nicolas, Spalding
    History

    After the Norman conquest monks from the Abbey of Saint Nicolas in Angers, in France, were sent to take control of Spalding Priory. In 1284 Prior William of Littleport laid the foundations for a new parish church to replace the earlier parish church which was situated on the Priory boundary, on the site of the Sheep Market.

    The record states that the new church was to be built “on the other side of the water towards the east, in the great cemetery where was formerly a certain chapel which was called the Chapel of the blessed Thomas the Martyr”. The church was completed after the death of Prior William by his successor Clement of Hatfield (1293-1318)

    The building was cruciform. It consisted of an aisled nave with six bays, aisled transepts of two bays, a chancel without an aisle and a bell tower.

    In 1360, the west aisle of the south transept and the south aisle of the nave were widened, and the outer south aisle added. Also, at this time, the south porch and the tower were built.

    In the middle of fifteenth century the chancel screen and a rood were added, reached by a spiral staircase. The pillars were heightened by six feet and the clerestory windows were added. The great west window was built in the Perpendicular style and a hammerbeam roof with angels was constructed.

    High box pews with galleries above them and a three-decker pulpit were installed during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, giving the church a very different appearance from today. These features were removed during the extensive restoration in 1865-67, under the direction of Sir George Gilbert Scott. The rood screen was reconstructed by John Oldrid Scott in 1875 and incorporates parts of the fifteenth-century screen.

    The twentieth-century additions included four modern stained glass windows, the decoration of the chancel ceiling by Stephen Dykes Bower, rebuilding and re-siting the organ, the shop and visitor centre, and a vestry on the south side of the chancel.

    In 2013 the main entrance was relocated to the west door and an internal glazed porch was fitted. At the same time, a new stone floor was laid and the steps were removed from the font. In 2017 a servery was installed at the west end of the nave.

    The stipend for the Vicar of Spalding is paid by the Spalding Rectory Feoffees, a charity[2] established on 1 March 1620.

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Mary_and_St_Nicolas,_Spalding



  • Munich Altstadt at Yellow Sunset Haze with Müllersches Volksbad Clock Tower and St. Lukas Church - Germany

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    Munich Altstadt at Yellow Sunset Haze with Müllersches Volksbad Clock Tower and St. Lukas Church - Germany

    Munich Altstadt at Yellow Sunset Haze with Müllersches Volksbad Clock Tower and St. Lukas Church - Germany
    - viewed from hotel room



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    St. Kentigen's Church, Keswick, Cumbria, UK

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    St. Kentigen's Church, Keswick, Cumbria, UK

    This church at Crosthwaite on the outskirts of Keswick was built in the 12th century on the site of an earlier church. It is a Grade ll* Listed Building.



  • Time to start shopping again

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    Time to start shopping again



  • Victoria Square House, with 103 Colmore Row taking shape alongside, Birmingham city centre, summer 2020

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    Victoria Square House, with 103 Colmore Row taking shape alongside, Birmingham city centre, summer 2020

    The office development of 103 Colmore Row, alongside Victoria Square House, seen from Hill Street in Birmingham city centre, late May 2020



  • Trier, Germany

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    Trier, Germany

    Medieval half-timbered houses on Trier's main market (Hauptmarkt).

    Trier is Germany's oldest city.



  • Colorful Rebellion, World Clock Art Installation, MOSHI MOSHI BOX in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan

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    Colorful Rebellion, World Clock Art Installation, MOSHI MOSHI BOX in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan

    The MOSHI MOSHI BOX Harajuku Tourist Information Center 原宿観光案内所 officially closed its doors in January 2019.

    Since opening in 2015, the MOSHI MOSHI BOX (MMB) has always striven to provide tourist information and aid to sightseers in Harajuku, especially foreign visitors to Japan, by offering official multilingual maps from the Shibuya Tourism Association, guidance in multiple languages, foreign money exchange, baggage storage and more. This enabled the MMB to become recognised as a landmark of Harajuku overseas that is used by countless tourists.

    Colorful Rebellion, World Time Clock by Sebastian Masuda.

    What has attracted remarkable attention at the MMB is the huge World Clock that decorates the outside of the building. Created by Sebastian Masuda, the clock became a popular photo spot amongst tourists in Harajuku. Many people have posted photos of themselves next to the clock on social media, making it become a monument that symbolises Harajuku culture. There have been many calls for the clock to be preserved, though MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON, unfortunately, confirmed that it would be disassembled — though they couldn’t confirm a date. (Source: Moshi Moshi Nippon and Otaquest)



     
     
     
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