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Español: Vitró Buckfast Abadía. El panel tiene 8 metros

Stained glass in Buckfast Abbey, Devon, England. The panel was designed and installed by the monks who built the abbey. This window is a faceted glass window. It uses thick slabs of glass, sometimes 2 inches thick and cut with a chisel. The window is held together by an epoxy that binds to the edge of the glass.
Taken by Adrian Pingstone in July 2003 and placed in the public domain.

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