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Whitby Abbey has a VERY long and varied history and rather than touch on one or two points out of hundreds as equally important I will just state here that what is called Whitby Abbey now actually began as something else back around 657 BC and something that does not remotely resemble the ruins there now. If you are interested I found this site has a very complete and brief history of Whitby Abbey and I would invite you to check it out: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/whitby-abbey/history-and-stories/history/

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