We went to Dunster to see the Dunster Castle, which wasn't so much a castle as an elaborate English country house. As happened to many large estates after World War II, it was ceded to the English National Trust to preserve and maintain it. As a result, the home of the Luttrell family is beautifully preserved in much the state it was before the war. However, as we walked up the hill to the castle, we ran into this 15th Century church of St. George, which, frankly, was much more interesting to me.
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