St. Alcuin's Church
|St. Alcuin's Church|
not ruined, no cades
|St. Alcuin's Church
Quarlesbank [26, 5]
A rather pretty little pre-seventeenth century church. Both sides have 2 large stained -glass windows depicting scenes from the 10 biblical plagues form the book of Exodus, and the big wooden front door is embedded with an unusual ornate carving depicting a central circle surrounded by an equilateral triangle, each of its points surrounded by a bigger circle whose circumference touches that of the central circle. There are also three small circles that adjoin the bigger ciclres outside of the triangle.
VSB++ at most times, but up to EHB during serious outbreaks.
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