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Visited the Magna Carta (Lincoln Cathedral version) today in Bury St Edmunds as they celebrate the 800 anniversary meeting of the barons here, later in year, on St Edmund's day in 1214. By coincidence also day of Parliament passing Habeas Corpus Act in 1679.

Visited the Magna Carta (Lincoln Cathedral version) today in Bury St Edmunds as they celebrate the 800 anniversary meeting of the barons here, later in year, on St Edmund's day in 1214. By coincidence also day of Parliament passing Habeas Corpus Act in 1679.

This way to Steep Hill and City Centre.

This way to Steep Hill and City Centre.

Old town lincoln

Old town lincoln

The famous Lincoln Imp, who it is mythed was turned to stone for causing mischief and so left in the Cathedrals interior design for eternity

The famous Lincoln Imp, who it is mythed was turned to stone for causing mischief and so left in the Cathedrals interior design for eternity

Our large Lincoln Cathedral poster design on display at the Greater Lincoln competition earlier this year.

Our large Lincoln Cathedral poster design on display at the Greater Lincoln competition earlier this year.

The four surviving original copies of Magna Carta will be brought together for the first time in history in 2015, the year of the 800th anniversary of the issue of the Charter by King John in 1215. The unification, which will be held at the British Library in collaboration with Lincoln Cathedral and Salisbury Cathedral and supported by the law firm Linklaters, will take place over 3 days in early 2015 and will kick off a year of celebrations across the UK and the world.

The four surviving original copies of Magna Carta will be brought together for the first time in history in 2015, the year of the 800th anniversary of the issue of the Charter by King John in 1215. The unification, which will be held at the British Library in collaboration with Lincoln Cathedral and Salisbury Cathedral and supported by the law firm Linklaters, will take place over 3 days in early 2015 and will kick off a year of celebrations across the UK and the world.

From the Dome of St. Paul's Cathedral During One Night of the Blitz, Dec. 29th, 1940.

From the Dome of St. Paul's Cathedral During One Night of the Blitz, Dec. 29th, 1940.

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