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I thought this might be a gothic font, but my searches haven't turned anything up.
It appears to be a hand-drawn uncial font (derived from medieval manuscript hand lettering).
A search on myfonts.com using "uncial" as a descriptive turned up dozens of fonts, but no exact match. However, several came closer than others.
Yes, closer than others: Aneirin
The lower case of Bergling
Also interesting: King Xmas http://haroldsfonts.com/portfolio/king-xmas/
To make a matching _u_ in Bergling, simply mirror and flip the _n_. I suspect the stone lettering is based on Bergling's book _Art Alphabets and Lettering_, the same source as used for the Bergling Initials font.
Just curious, where is the building?