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For Linda: Richard III / Leicester – Lioness at Large

For Linda: Richard III / Leicester

“The” parking lot

Commemorative / explanatory plaque on a wall near the parking lot gates
(right-click on the top image and select “display” for a larger view)

The parking lot is down a narrow alley from Leicester Cathedral

The Tomb in Leicester Cathedral
(Usually surrounded by people — luckily I was travelling alone, because I had to wait so long to get a shot clear of any people that any travelling companion of mine would have ground their teeth to fine powder waiting until I was done)

The gold-decorated chancel of Leicester Cathedral right behind the altar,
where Richard’s tomb is located

The coffin in which Richard’s bones were carried into the cathedral for reburial
(the cloth is hand-embroidered)


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