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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Where in the world is this church?


We've started scanning in Frances' photos from our trips to England and we need help--we don't remember where we saw this beautiful, double-spired church! We found it among the Rattlesden photos, so we're thinking East Anglia. Can you help? Please leave a comment or email me.
Thanks in advance!

4 comments:

willow said...

Lovely shot. Sorry I'm of no help here.

irish on bizz said...

wow...cool shot... i love taking photos of churches..theres something different about it...

lovely blog

kip it up :)

ChurchCrawler said...

Not sure why you thing England - this is almost certainly the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Luxemburg City, see
http://www.flickr.com/photos/elshufkens/3301633510/
for a similar view but with more city!
The twin spires are cleverly disguised in your shot - see here for them and the fleche.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/twiga_swala/3072372364/
Hope that helps!
Phil
www.churchcrawler.co.uk

The Prodigal Tourist said...

That's brilliant! Thought it looked foreign... wonder how photo ended up in our Rattlesden pack! Thank you to all.