York Cathedral is a famous Gothic church in England. The church has a single, inlaid medieval stained-glass window and a world-renowned side gallery. In the east of the church there is a whole piece of stained-glass, almost the size of a tennis court, displaying extraordinary technology in glass dyeing, cutting, and assembling. There are also collections of cherubs, feudal shields, and faucets, in the church.
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When you travel to the UK, how can you not go to York! York, a classical and romantic town in the northeast of England, is a famous historic city in the UK. The prototype of Diagonal Lane in Harry Potter is in York, where the wedding party is also here!
Come to York, you must not miss York Minster! York Minster was built in 1220 and completed in 1470. It is the old medieval cathedral in Europe and one of the world's most exquisite churches in design and architecture.
York Cathedral is mainly built with stone. It is magnificent and exquisite in craftsmanship. It has remained solid and straightforward for hundreds of years! The spire at the top of the church is like a sharp thorn in the sky, giving people a deep and solemn history, especially those carvings are amazing!
The appearance of the church is magnificent, and the interior is exquisite and gorgeous! A large piece of stained glass on the east side of the church, the size of which is almost the size of a tennis court. It is the medieval stained glass window of the world, composed of more than 100 patterns, it is amazing! In addition, the location of the Hogwarts Hall in the Harry Potter movies is in the York Church Hall!
Attractions Name: York Minster York Minster
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Just in bad weather, visit the indoor York Cathedral
it is the largest Gothic church in the UK
Gothic style architecture is the biggest feature is the height of the spire and the sky
church everywhere It is a stone pillar connecting the sky and the earth
or a few hundred steps of narrow steps overlooking the entire Yorkshire
York Cathedral, also known as St. Peter's Basilica, is the largest extremist medieval Gothic church in Europe.
is one of the most exquisite churches in the world of design and architecture. It is magnificent and solemn, and it took more than 200 years to build. The
church was built in 627 AD, when it was an all-wood structure that was destroyed by war in the civil war.
1060, the Normans captured York, built the first Norman church, and still see the cornerstone and basement of the church.
Every evening, the evening prayers of the cathedral are in harmony with the beautiful singing and organ of the choir,
adds to the majestic atmosphere of York Minster, and the whole piece of stained glass in the southeast of the church is the largest in the world. Medieval stained-glass windows, the north wing of the
church is in early British style; the front hall and choir and small auditorium are decorated in a baroque style, the
central hall is in a central axis symmetry, and the hall is "Harry" The location of the Hogwarts Hall in Porter.
York Minster is the largest surviving medieval church in Europe and one of the world's finest churches of design and architecture. The
church was built in 627 AD, when it was an all-wood structure that was destroyed by war in the civil war. In 1066, the Normans captured York and built the first Norman-style church in 1080. The cornerstone and basement of the church can still be seen today. When you come to York, you must not miss York Minster, the largest Gothic church in the UK and the largest of the entire European Alps. It was built in 1220 and completed in the 1470s. In 1984, part of the building of York Minster was destroyed by fire and was seriously damaged. It has been repaired.
Sophie's British travel notes
If this trip is not heard in person, I have always misunderstood that this is the church where Jay Chou married. If this trip is not a personal visit, I always thought that York Cathedral and the number An unclear English church is as ordinary.
Fortunately, I am here. It is a 10-minute walk from the York City Centre train station. I came over at 2 pm on Sunday at my friend's suggestion. It was perfect and perfect.
The largest Gothic church in the Middle Ages in northern Europe, with the world's largest stained-glass window, the 15 ticket package includes a church, a tower, and a basement.
The advantage of coming over on Sunday afternoon is that you can visit the basement in batches at 2 o'clock, then come up to see the inside of the church. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the church will be closed on time and the evening prayer will begin. At this time, the choir teenagers will start. Their sounds of nature, this part is more impressive than visiting the church.