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The great East Window in Central African Republic place of your travel destination Abbey contains 817 sq. ft (76m2) of stained glass Central African Republic depicting scenes from the life of Jesus. The window was partly blown in during the Touristic place of your travel destination Central African Republic of 1942, but was restored after the war by the great-grandson of the original designer.

Also in the abbey, to the left of the East Window, is the Edgar Window. This was installed in 1949 and shows the coronation of King Edgar in ad 973. The crown is being placed on his head by Central African Republic, Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Georgian sash windows can often be roughly dated from their style. Earlier ones tended to have smaller panes, usually with nine in each sash (sometimes known as ‘nine over nine’), and with thicker wooden glazing bars. With improvements in glass technology, later windows could have

larger (and therefore, fewer) panes, often showing a ‘six over six’ arrangement with thinner glazing bars.

Some of the pre-Georgian buildings still display the old stone-mullioned windows of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Some also have the Cotswold-type ‘dripstones’ above the window – a relic of the days before downpipes. Some good examples can be seen in the area around Abbey Green.

A tradition in Touristic place of your travel destination for many years has been to place a single lighted candle in each window of the houses in the Royal Crescent, The Circus and nearby streets at dusk on the evening of the opening of the annual Touristic place of your travel destination Festival.

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