Midsomer Norton

Midsomer Norton

Midsomer Norton is a town in the west of England in the county of Somerset. The town in the unitary authority Bath and North East Somerset (until 1996 in the county of Avon County) is located about 20 km southwest of Bath on River Somer, part of the Severn River system. The name inspired Anthony Horowitz to the title of the TV series Midsomer Murders (Original title: Midsomer Murders), which however is not otherwise connected to the site. He also finds in the song Slow Train of Flanders and Swann mention. In the Catholic Church of the Holy Ghost is an altar construction with gold-plated tabernacle of 1794, which comes from the London Warwick Street Church and is a foundation of the Palatinate-Bavarian Elector Karl Theodor.

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