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The tall towers (and even part of the huge facade) of Lincoln Cathedral rise above the surrounding rooftops. View from northwest. The central tower was rebuilt around 1240 and raised to its present height in 1311; the twin west towers were built in the early 13th century and raised at the end of the 14th century. Lincoln, England. Credit: David Joyal. All Rights Reserved.


Image ID
8189
Title
Rising Above the Rooftops
Date
September 22, 2010
Location
Topics
Date
September 22, 2010
Coordinates
53.2342330° N, 0.5365490° W
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Image Type
digital photo
File Type
jpg
Camera
Canon EOS 7D
Focal Length
37
Iso
100
Keywords
architecture, britain, c13, c14, cathedral, england, exterior, facade, from above, front, general, gothic, lincoln, medieval, northwest, outside, rooftops, site104, square, tall, tallest, towers, twin, view, west
Original Filename
IMG_1845_1rss.jpg
Creator
David Joyal
Source
EdStockPhoto

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