|Church of Saint Olave|
St Olave's Church, Exeter
|Location||Fore Street, Exeter|
|Denomination||Church of England|
St Olave's Church is a small church which was founded in 1053 by Lady Gytha, the mother of King Harold. The church is dedicated to Saint Olaf, a Viking king who converted to Christianity. It was rebuilt in the late 14th century.
- "St Olave's Church - Fore Street". Exeter Memories. Retrieved 19 September 2012.
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