St Mary's Church Patrixbourne
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An Attractive Norman church dating from 1170. A rare feature is the marigold shaped wheel window at the east end. Some fine carvings can be found around the building, especially at the south door with its tympanum depicting Christ in a mandorla held by angels. Close to this is some original Norman brickwork.Of special interest is the Swiss Glass in the south window and the lancet windows of the chancel. The glass dates from between 1538-1670 and depicts a wide range of religious and secular scenes.