Lacock Abbey Postcard

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Lacock Abbey

Lacock Abbey, United Kingdom

Lacock Abbey in County Wiltshire was founded in the early 13th century by Ela, Countess of Salisbury, as an Augustinian nunnery. It is part of the National Trust village of Lacock that includes the lovely village, the Abbey and the Fox Talbot Museum of Photography. You can visit the ancient ruined Abbey which was used in several Harry Potter films, the attached manor house created after the dissolution of the monasteries and last lived in by William Henry Fox Talbot, the photography museum in the stables, the greenhouses and extensive gardens and even the peaceful sheep pastured by the Abbey.

Photo by Beausoleil