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St Bartholomew The Great - this is the [reverse side of the] Tudor gatehouse to the priory church, which leads onto West Smithfield. The stone arch is all that remains of the former entrance to the Western façade, destroyed in 1539 during the dissolution of the monasteries. The Tudor half-timber frame was added in 1559. If you do visit, Club Gascon/Cellar Gascon (food), are just through the arch & The Jerusalem Tavern & Ye Olde Mitre (drink) a short wander away. EC1, Barbican Tube.

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High Street, Cromer, Norfolk, 1960s. (Old colour photo of Hight Street, Cromer, Norfolk, England, UK in the 1960s.) with the medieval St Peter and St Paul's Church in the background

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Built into the Nottingham castle rock, see the cave rooms! Legend has it that it is the oldest inn in England

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Built on a series of caves under Nottingham Castle, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem is the oldest inn in England

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The eye of the needle mentioned in the book of Matthew was one of several gates that provided passage through the city of Jerusalem's massive walls.

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Kingdom of Jerusalem - Arms and Armour. The kingdom was ethnically, religiously, and linguistically diverse, although the crusaders themselves and their descendants were an elite Catholic minority. They imported many customs and institutions from their homelands in Western Europe, and there were close familial and political connections with the West throughout the kingdom's existence.

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