Haughmond Abbey

Haughmond Abbey at Haughmond Hill in Shropshire, otherwise known as the Abbey of Saint John, was founded in about 1100 AD. A statue of St John the Evangelist with his emblem can be found carved into the arches of the chapter house. His image also appeared on the Abbey's great seal.
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