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Queen Berengaria's tomb and effigy in the Cathedral of St. Juliens in Le Mans, France

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Queen Berengaria's tomb and effigy in the Cathedral of St. Juliens in Le Mans, France

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Queen Berengaria's tomb and effigy in the Cathedral of St. Juliens in Le Mans, France. Married to King Richard I of England. Said to be the only English queen never to set foot in England. She outlived her husband by 30 years. They had no issue. King Richard I, Richard Iii, European History, British History, Ancient History, Art History, Eleanor Of Aquitaine, Plantagenet, Cemetery Art

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