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Lanherne Convent, St Mawgan in Pydar, Cornwall. Early 1900s

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A view of Lanherne Convent taken from the front in winter. Lanherne was formerly the Manor House of the Arundell family and home of the prominent Catholic Sir John Arundell in the 16th century. It became a place of refuge for many priests during the Reformation. In 1794 the manor was given to the Carmelite nuns and still runs as a convent. Photographer: Unknown.

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Media ID 14633694

Date: 26th February 2018

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.454329,-4.997842

: TRURI : MWPln.5

Image Size: 8359 x 6133 Pixels

Filesize is 11.19MB

Associated Categories: St Mawgan in Pydar

Keywords: cornish, religion, sisters