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Yorkshire Sculpture Park at Bretton Hall.

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Reblog from mediumaevum.tumblr.com: "The most popular shrine in England was the tomb of Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. When Becket was murdered local people managed to obtain pieces of cloth soaked in his blood. Rumours soon spread that, when touched by this cloth, people were cured of blindness/ epilepsy and leprosy. It was not long before the monks at Canterbury Cathedral were selling small glass bottles of Becket’s blood to visiting pilgrims."

mediumaevum: “ The most popular shrine in England was the tomb of Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral. When Becket was murdered local people managed to obtain pieces of cloth soaked in his blood.

My London Instawalk along the South Bank - capturing street art, sculpture, great views and some of the South Bank's biggest attractions including the London Eye, Tate Modern, St Paul's and Borough Market.

An Instagram walk on London's South Bank

My London Instawalk along the South Bank - capturing street art, sculpture, great views and some of the South Bank's biggest attractions including the London Eye, Tate Modern, St Paul's and Borough Market.

Levens Hall Garden - inspiration for the garden at Stortford House

Levens Hall Garden - inspiration for the garden at Stortford House .

The Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, during the Festival of Britain, 1951. Photograph: Jane Bown

Watch London's historic skylines change – in pictures

The Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, during the Festival of Britain, Photograph: Jane Bown. Source:The Guardian

Beddgelert Dragon  A hand-carved wooden dragon sculpture outside a shop that you saw in Beddgelert (North Wales, UK)

Beddgelert Dragon A hand-carved wooden dragon sculpture outside a shop that you saw in Beddgelert (North Wales, UK)

Robin Hood Festival - Sherwood Forest

The Robin Hood Festival – Sherwood Forest

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