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Rotherwas Chapel is a family chapel, once belonging to the Bodenham family. It is now state-owned and administered by English Heritage. The chapel contains structures from medieval, Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian periods. The originally simple medieval building has a fine Elizabethan timber roof, a rebuilt 18th century tower, and striking Victorian interior decoration with furnishings by the Pugins. It is located near Hereford, Herefordshire, England and maintained by English Heritage.

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  • Rotherwas Chapel is a family chapel, once belonging to the Bodenham family. It is now state-owned and administered by English Heritage. The chapel contains structures from medieval, Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian periods. The originally simple medieval building has a fine Elizabethan timber roof, a rebuilt 18th century tower, and striking Victorian interior decoration with furnishings by the Pugins. It is located near Hereford, Herefordshire, England and maintained by English Heritage.
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  • Rotherwas Chapel is a family chapel, once belonging to the Bodenham family. It is now state-owned and administered by English Heritage. The chapel contains structures from medieval, Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian periods. The originally simple medieval building has a fine Elizabethan timber roof, a rebuilt 18th century tower, and striking Victorian interior decoration with furnishings by the Pugins. It is located near Hereford, Herefordshire, England and maintained by English Heritage.
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