Harvington Hall near Kidderminster, Worcestershire is an Elizabethan moated manor house dating mainly back to the 1580’s. It contains an ingenious series of “priest holes” – secret hiding places for members of the Catholic clergy trying to avoid persecution, torture and even execution in Elizabeth I’s Protestant England:
© Mark Simms Photography (2014)
8 Responses to “Harvington Hall”
How very interesting, great pics!!!
Nice lighting here Mark!
Such a beautiful house! Smashing photos Mark!
I love these Mark!! Wonderful photos of a wonderful history!!
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