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  1. St Germans Church in Cornwall

    The Church is unusual because it has 2 towers which most churches only have 1 tower also it is unusual because most churches are in a shape of a cross and St Germans is also very large. Porch The Porch The porch had a Gable, which was unusual in Cornwall. The porch was made of elven slate, a local stone that was made by Land drake quarry. The porch is 20 foot wide, which is very strange for a church, and was on of the largest porches around in England.

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