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United Kingdom, UK, England, Devon, Dartmoor National Park, Widecombe in the Moor village, Cathedral of the Moors
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A cluster of white-walled, thatched cottages grouped around the church, sometimes called the Cathedral of the Moor, stands in a shallow valley surrounded by 460-m high granite ridges. Widecombe in the Moor is, as its name suggests, sited on Dartmoor, the largest of the five granite massifs which form the core of Southwest England.

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  • Parish house

    B3387 GB - Widecombe-in-the-Moor TQ13

    This two-story stone house has a loggia on its façade with seven octagonal columns and dates back to 1537, when it was the village hospice.

  • St Pancras Church

    B3387 GB - Widecombe-in-the-Moor TQ13

    St Pancras is a vast building that is 32m long and in the Perpendicular style, flanked with a 40m-high red granite tower. It is sometimes called the Cathedral of the Moors. The barrel vault is decorated with fine sculpted bosses.

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