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St. Saviour's Church, York

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St. Saviour's Church, York
St Saviour Saint Saviourgate is on the south-east corner of Saint Saviourgate and Hungate. First mentioned in 1088-1093, when part of St Mary's Abbey, it comprises nave, north and south aisles, vestry, and west tower. Much of the church was entirely rebuilt about 1450, and again in 1844 (except for the tower). The church was closed and the parish united to All Saints Pavement in 1954, the building serving as a store for York Museum. It is now the Jorvik 'Dig'. [The History Files]

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St. Saviour's Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6059351890

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