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Cathedrals of Britain: West, South West and Wales (Paperback)

Local History British History

By Bernadette Fallon
Imprint: Pen & Sword History
Pages: 136
ISBN: 9781526703965
Published: 6th June 2018


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Pointing persistently to heaven: A guide to UK cathedrals

Rich, rolling countryside and historic towns, scenic coasts and picture-perfect landscapes. The west of England and Wales has many attractions, and not least of these are its cathedrals. Here you’ll find some of Britain’s finest and most awe-inspiring. From the country’s longest cathedral, at Winchester, to its smallest, at St Asaph. From the tallest spire in the country at Salisbury, to the longest Gothic stone vaulted ceiling in the world at Exeter.

You’ll also find the cathedral founded in the nation’s smallest city by the man who would become the patron saint of Wales. One of the most impressive and famous cathedral fronts in the country, decorated with one of the largest collections of medieval statues in Europe. And one of only six abbeys saved from destruction during Henry VIII’s purge of the Reformation.

Book Four: The West and South West of England and Wales

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About Bernadette Fallon

Bernadette Fallon has been a writer, journalist and broadcaster for the past 20 years, with a particular fondness for travel and a passionate love of old buildings. Her work as a travel and lifestyle journalist has taken her all over the world.

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