York Franciscan Friary
York Franciscan Friary was a friary in York, North Yorkshire, England. It was located between York Castle and the River Ouse. In 1538, it fell victim to Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries. All that now remains of it is a stone wall on King's Staith, adjacent to the Davy Tower on the York city walls.
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