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Monday, November 15, 2010

Church of All Saints Martock

The Church of All Saints in Martock, Somerset dates from the 13th century. The Church of All Saints in Martock is the second largest parish church in Somerset. The church is made entirely of hamstone.

Church of All Saints

The Church of All Saints in Martock is well known for its carved oak ceiling (see below).

Church of All Saints

The east window of the Church of All Saints is from the 13th century.

Church of All Saints

Visitors to Martock may also want to to visit the nearby Treasurer's House.

Church of All Saints
Church Street
Martock
Somerset
TA12 6JL
Church of All Saints Martock Map

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