St. Albans Cathedral St Albans, England
Made from Roman spoils, St Albans Cathedral shelters the shrine of England's first Christian martyr, Gothic murals, and the longest nave in Britain.
St Edmundsbury Cathedral Bury St. Edmunds, England
Parish church; became the Cathedral church of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich in 1914. Early C16, on an earlier site; by John Wastell, master mason at the Abbey of St Edmund. C19 alterations by GG Scott, partly replaced by further…
St. Paul's Cathedral London, England
This grand Neoclassical cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675 after its predecessor burned down in the Great Fire of London. The site of many important wedding and funerals over the centuries, St. Paul's Cathedral is one of the…
Wells Cathedral Wells, England
Dating from 1239, Wells Cathedral features an extra-wide west front covered in medieval sculptures and unique scissor arches supporting the tower inside.
Westminster Cathedral London, England
Just a few doors down from the much more famous Westminster Abbey, this is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church in Britain. Completed in 1903, it has a unique Byzantine design.
Winchester Cathedral Winchester, England
This beautiful cathedral has a Gothic facade but dates mostly from 1097. It is the longest cathedral in England and its interior offers murals, misericords, an ancient font and the grave of Jane Austen.
Worcester Cathedral Worcester, England
Cathedral Church, formerly Benedictine Priory. Crypt from 1084, some remains of same date in W transept and first 2 bays West end of nave. West transept and part of 2 bays at west end of nave c1175.
York Minster North Yorkshire, England
The largest Gothic cathedral north of the Alps, York Minster has breathtaking proportions - its largest stained glass window is the size of a tennis court.
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