Architecture & the Anglican Patrimony – St. Mary’s, Kempley

Architecture & the Anglican Patrimony – St. Mary’s, Kempley

An ancient Norman church in Gloucestershire (the Forest of Dean)

“You would think having the oldest timber roof of any building in the country would be St Mary’s crowning glory. Yet inside this simple Norman building are the most outstandingly complete and well-preserved medieval wall paintings in England.”

Follow this link for more information on St. Mary’s, Kempley.

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