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St. Thomas Church and the Doom Painting

St Thomas Square, Salisbury SP1 1BA, UK

St. Thomas Church and the Doom Painting

This ancient church was built for the workers on Salisbury Cathedral and has stood in the city for 800 years. Its most striking feature is the medieval Doom Painting which was recently restored and which is the biggest and best preserved in the UK.

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Religious Building



Tea and coffee sometimes available



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St. Thomas Church and the Doom Painting
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