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St. Mary's Abbey refers to the ruined Benedictine abbey in York, England.
The ruins of St. Mary's Abbey is a major tourist attraction is York because of its picturesque and peaceful landscape. Once upon a time, St. Mary;s was the wealthiest and most powerful abbey in Northern England. The main attraction to see here is the ruins of the north and west walls of the abbey that are standing in the Museum Gardens. These walls are often used for staging the York Mystery Plays. The other remains in the abbey buildingss are the West Gate, the Pilgrims' Hospitium and the 14th century timber framed Abbot's House which is now known as the King's Manor.
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