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December 23, 2017

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Wow. What an amazing place to discover a connection to an English saint!

Fantastic pictures, illuminating text. I had seen some of the individual mosaic scenes reproduced in books on Byzantine art but never an over-all view of the cathedral interior. Sublime! It certainly would take more than one visit to assimilate it all.

Also loved the lunch description.

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