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International Survey of Jewish Monuments (27th April, 2005) : A non-profit organization dedicated to the research, preservation and documentation of Jewish historical monuments from around the world. Newsletter, monuments information by country.
The Cistercians in Yorkshire (27th April, 2005) : Project at Sheffield University analysing the life, history and architecture of Cistercian monks in Yorkshire. Includes 3D virtual reality re-creations of the abbey buildings, and a gazetteer of Cistercian abbeys in the British Isles.
Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire (27th April, 2005) : The ruins of a 12th-century Augustinian priory, of which only the church nave survives intact, on the estate of the Duke of Devonshire. Small photographs.
Buckfast Abbey, Devon (27th April, 2005) : The official site includes an illustrated history of the medieval monastery refounded in 1882. Sensitive map of the site leads to descriptions of the buildings.
Glastonbury Abbey (27th April, 2005) : Official web-site, stronger on myth and legend than proven historical fact.


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Lighthouses of North Carolina () : Information on the major North Carolina lighthouses, including history, visitor information and driving directions.
Great Lodges () : Showcases books, lectures and workshops by Christine Barnes on the most important lodges in North America. Includes a database with photographs and concise details.
The Crystal Palace Foundation () : Group dedicated to preserving the history of the Crystal Palace, who have created a museum on the site. Includes images and a history of the building after the Great Exhibition closed in October 1851.
London Docks, St Peter () : Many photos and details on this comprehensive site of St Peter London Docks, a church built in one of the poorest districts in London, and consecrated in 1866.
Regents Park, London NW1, St Mark's Church () : Often known as the Zoo Church, St Mark's was built by Thomas Little in 1851-2. The site details changes made in 1890 and 1957, and shows pictures including many of the stained glass.