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Holy Yorks

St Margaret Clitherow's shrine chapel is in the white building on the left, in The Shambles, York. One of many photos in Britain's Holiest Places: The all-new guide to 500 sacred sites by Nick Mayhew Smith (Lifestyle Press, £19.99 (£18); ...

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