BurySaint Edmunds

Bury Saint Ed·munds (ĕdʹməndz)
A municipal borough of east-central England east of Cambridge. In 903 the remains of King Edmund were interred in the town's monastery (founded c. 630), which became a famous shrine and Benedictine abbey. Population: 28,914.

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Universalium. 2010.

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