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Charlotte Liebelt Jul 15
Can't imagine what will fill your time now the is over? Well, it's official, and I will be hosting the on twitter in the next few months! Watch this space!
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Caitlin Naylor 23 Jun 18
When the only World Cup you’re interested in is the
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Stephen Donnachie 17 May 18
Time for the again, excellent.
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Simon Parsons Jun 27
Can’t all the cathedrals get prizes? I’m getting traumatised by
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𝙆𝙮𝙡𝙚 𝘼. 𝙏𝙝𝙤𝙢𝙖𝙨 May 9
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A Lucky Dress 19 May 18
I have a small tray of Vimto and pork pie to prepare because today is
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Shannon Steiner Jul 11
I love this messy bitch. Go vote for Hagia Sophia in the
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Brad Hostetler Jul 6
Replying to @bradhostetler
Hosios Loukas is falling behind so I'll make more appeals for it in the . It is loaded with pseudo-kufic script: brickwork (exterior), painting (in the crypt), and in the mosaics (ciborium of the Presentation)!
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Lucy Day Jul 6
Talking about the Lincoln Bob Sleigh Team trials, and the on my show today from 11-2 on
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Dr Caitlin Green Jun 27
Lincoln Cathedral is through to the final 32 of the ! It really is magnificent and well worth a vote...! :)
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Irene Sutcliffe 🔥🐶 Jun 29
Still very upset that Siena is out of tbh
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Richard McCready 5 Mar 18
Beautiful aerial shot of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork, Ireland.
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Otávio Luiz /اُتاویو 13 Nov 17
So, peeps. It seems that Brazil has a thing for conical-shaped cathedrals! I wonder what our medieval friends would say about those:
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Chiara Zuanni Jul 3
Meanwhile for everyone who has heard me talking on cathedrals, and digital engagement, the is a must follow! 😉😍
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Joel Clarkson Jul 10
Replying to @joelclarkson
The cathedral was sacked during the Reformation and fell into ruin. Gradually, the stones of its walls were carted away to build the town. The Cathedral sacrificed its life for its local community; the sacramental resonances in this town are inescapable.
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Viewer Jul 9
So when Hagia Sophia wins this thing, I'm guessing there's going to be a big academic twitter brawl about how it hasn't been a cathedral since 1453. Even has its scandals!
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American Catholic Historical Association 15 Jun 18
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Kaelin Jewell 14 Nov 17
First thought for is in the UK, which was bombed in WWII on this day in 1940 during the Blitz. Rebuilt in the 1950s and consecrated in 1962.
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Joel Clarkson Jul 10
Replying to @joelclarkson
What has filled the resulting empty space are countless graves of the faithful departed, which, like the cathedral itself, act as a manifested sign of the longing for renewal, and for resurrection.
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Shannon Steiner Jul 13
Taking it off protected for a minute to celebrate the fact that HAGIA SOPHIA HAS WON THE ! How exciting! How wonderful!
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