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Calvary Group

Calvary or Golgotha was the site, outside of ancient Jerusalems early first century walls, at which the crucifixion of Jesus occurred. In religius sculpture, a calvary is a type of monumental public crucifix with two or more adjoining statues
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artist unknown
1904

Leeds /  Calvary Group   Leeds /  Calvary Group

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Stone Calvary group above the entrance of St Anne's Cathedral, built in 1901-1904 and designed in the Arts and Crafts Gothic Revival style by John Henry Eastwood (1843-1913).

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Location (N 53°48'2" - W 1°32'49")

Item Code: gbyh119; Photograph: 28 July 2019
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