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Lacock, Wiltshire
 
 
Lacock is an 18th century village preserved in stone, half timbered and thatched buildings. Its abbey was the last religious building to be suppressed at the dissolution in 1539 and was latter converted to a private dwelling. The village is popular with film makers and was used by the BBC in the filming of Jane Austen's Pride And Prejudice.
 
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