The parts of a church

The parts of a church

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This is a schematic of a typical medieval English church with the main parts named for reference when reading the articles. The church is always aligned the same way. The tower is at the west end, the chancel is at the east end and the entrance porch is at the west end of the south wall.

Author: John Margetts

I am a keen photographer who also collects cameras. I am retired with about 45 years photography experience.

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