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The tomb of Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral

Walsingham in Norfolk (A glass vial that supposedly contained the breast milk of the Virgin Mary)

St. Winifred's Well




St. Albans

A cave in Palestine that supposedly contained the beds of Adam and Eve

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