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English: Jesus College Chapel, Cambridge. Jesus College Chapel was actually the church of the Benedictine Nunnery of St. Radegond, which was incorporated into the building of Jesus College when the nunnery was dissolved. Most of the church is 12th and 13th century and much smaller now than it was when it belonged to the nunnery. Many other parts of the nunnery can be found amongst the college buildings.
Date 24 April 2006
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Author Robert Edwards

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52° 12′ 29.88″ N, 0° 7′ 24.87″ E

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