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The North Transept of Westminster Abbey
Here is represented the north front as it appeared before the last restoration, i.e. we see the handiwork of the eighteenth century and the fašade as remodelled under the superintendence of Sir Christopher Wren. The modern front was constructed about twenty years ago.

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