Meaux Abbey Yorkshire UK aerial photograph
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aerial photograph of Meaux Abbey Yorkshire UK taken in the late evening sunshine with the shadows highlighting the outline of the Abbey. Founded in 1151 by William le Gros Meaux Abbey was a Cistercian abbey. The Monks from this Abbey founded the City of Hull in 1193 which they required as a port for the export of wool from the estate. The Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539 during the dissolution of the monasteries.
Luftbild von Meaux Abtei, Grafschaft Yorkshire, Vereinigtes Königreich. Kurz vor Sonnenuntergang aufgenommen, das Bild zeigt die umreißt der langst verlorene Abtei. Gegründet in 1193 das Zisterzienserkloster war von Henry VIII in 1539 aufgelöst.
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