Lindisfarne, Ancient Diocese and Monastery of


Lindisfarne, Ancient Diocese and Monastery of
Lindisfarne, Ancient Diocese and Monastery of
The island of Lindisfarne lies some two miles off the Northumberland coast, nine and one-half miles southeast of the border-town of Berwick

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