United Kingdom: A flooded village waits for the high tides

Telegraph: From Burrow Mump, an 80ft high Triassic--age hill that looms over the Somerset Levels, water stretches as far as the eye can see. Miles of field and salt marsh have simply been swallowed up in the deluge. Bruised grey juggernaut clouds glide through the skies above; yet more rain falls on this sodden land. At the top of the Mump is the ruin of St Michael's Church, built by the monks of Athelney Abbey, one of several monasteries that used to dot the Somerset Levels. It was these monks who, in centuries......

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