York St Mary's Abbey

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St Mary's Abbey is situated in the Museum Gardens and like the majority of Abbey's lies in ruins owing to the Dissolution of the Monasteries.

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St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.

St Mary's Abbey York

St Mary's Abbey was England's largest Benedictine abbey and was protected by its own wall of which much is still intact today. Like the majority of abbey's, it lays in ruins owing to Henry VIII's dissolution of the Monasteries.