Photo Blog: Day 1250

#1250 – Gog

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Famed in various ways thoughout culture, Glastonbury’s versions of Gog and Magog are a pair of ancient trees not far from the town centre.

The two oaks once formed part of a row of trees, some of which were cut down in 1906 to clear some farmland, and which at the time were found to be “more than 2,000 seasons old”.

 

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