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Salisbury Cathedral from Old Sarum, two miles to the north. The setting of the cathedral has been protected by keeping city centre buildings to below 40ft high and by preventing development on key sites around the edge of the city. Copyright Historic England. Source Institute of Historic Buildings, Context 144 May 2015 http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/144/#33/z
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