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Harkmark church Photo: Otto Reuber/Wikipedia
Harkmark church Photo: Otto Reuber/Wikipedia

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Long church from 1613, built of rough timber. Restored in 1972-75. Old furnishings including altarpiece, altar table and pulpit.

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Harkmark church - Photo: Otto Reuber/Wikipedia

Harkmark church

Long church from 1613, built of rough timber. Restored in 1972-75. Old furnishings including altarpiece, altar table and pulpit....

Harkmark church

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