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Durham lights up

Durham lights up

The BBC has a slide show from the Lumiere Festival and notes:

About 200,000 people are expected to visit Durham city centre to see the return of Lumiere Festival, Durham County Council says. One of the main attractions sees Durham Cathedral, UK turned into a canvas for a projected light show about the Lindisfarne Gospels.

More from BBC:

The main attraction – the Lindisfarne Gospels exhibition “Crown of Light”.

The perfect setting of Durham Cathedral will be transformed into a giant canvas with images from the Gospels being projected across the entire 100m span of the Cathedral over four nights.

From a previous showing of Crown of Light

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