The windows at St Augustine's, Ramsgate represent one of Britain's most important collections of stained glass in the Gothic revival style. The church's architect, Augustus Pugin, died in 1852, with his work on the windows and other elements of the building completed by his son-in-law, John Hardman Powell, and his sons, Edward and Peter Paul.
Use this app to take a virtual tour of the amazing stained glass windows of St Augustine's, Ramsgate and gain insights into their creation and history.
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