Exeter Cathedral Exeter, England
Considered the finest example of Decorated Gothic architecture anywhere, Exeter Cathedral was built mainly in the 13th and 14th centuries but also includes two stout Norman towers.
Gloucester Cathedral Gloucester, England
Founded in 1100 as a Norman abbey, Gloucester Cathedral boasts a huge medieval stained glass window, an elegant interior and one of the finest cloisters in the country. Here William I ordered the Domesday Book and scenes from the Harry Potter…
Hereford Cathedral Hereford, England
Lichfield Cathedral Lichfield, England
Lincoln Cathedral Lincoln, England
Lincoln Cathedral is one of the most impressive cathedrals in England, with a cliff-like facade and tall towers that can be seen from miles away.
Norwich Cathedral Norwich, England
Dating primarily from the 12th century, the beautiful Norwich Cathedral features a magnificent set of roof bosses, misericords, monuments and more.
Old Cathedral of St Michael Coventry, England
Peterborough Cathedral Peterborough, England
The monastic cathedral of Peterborough features an unusual triple facade, a medieval painted ceiling and the tomb of Catherine of Aragon.
Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury, England
Built in the 13th century, Salisbury Cathedral boasts the tallest spire in England, an elaborately sculptured west front, a beautiful chapter house with a copy of the Magna Carta, and an interesting tower tour.
Southwark Cathedral London, England
This 15th-century cathedral was the place of worship for William Shakespeare and Geoffrey Chaucer. A Shakespeare birthday service is held here every year.
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