Manchester Cathedral was constructed starting in 1421, in the Perpendicular Gothic style. The Manchester Cathedral was extensively refaced, restored and extended in the Victorian period, and again in the 20th century due to bomb damage.
Manchester Cathedral is not far from the museum. On the campus of Manchester University, it is the largest Anglican Church in Britain. It has a very old writing desk, full of a strong atmosphere of Victorian times, and very magnificent.
After walking to Manchester Church for about ten minutes and seeing many churches in Italy and Finland, I felt some aesthetic fatigue towards the church. But Manchester Church is different: there are many students in the activities and learning, more daily atmosphere.
Manchester Cathedral seems to be well-known for its grandeur and grandeur. Although it has not had much time to go to other churches, it is not very big or special to know some people who can feel it. They are just afraid to speak and don't know why they just feel it in silence. Too sacred.
It's not clear why the Bell Tower is being repaired in Britain this time, whether it's Big Ben or the church bell tower here. Although the facade overhaul has affected the quality of the photos, it's still wonderful inside. The church is free to visit. The main hall is surrounded by a variety of stained glass, huge vaults and some sculptures are very attractive.
Dating back to the 15th century, the Manchester Cathedral has experienced quite a bit of history! After Henry VIII broke away from the Roman Catholic Church, the Cathedral's riches were confiscated. During the English Civil war in the mid 17th century, pitched battles were fought inside and around the Cathedral between the Royalists (those supporting Charles I, the Stewarts, and the Anglican Church) and the Roundheads (Oliver Cromwell loyalists). Also Ann Lee, the founder of the religious movement called the Shakers interrupted services here when she lived in Manchester. The church was targeted by the Nazi Luftwaffe and received a direct head during the bombings of 1940. Yet through all this the Church maintains it's quiet dignity and beauty. It is a must see while in Manchester!
It's not very big, but it's calming. The Gothic style conforms to the general features of the church. I give it three stars. Europe is characterized by many churches, but its shortcomings are also many churches. Maybe it's the reason why we are bullish.
Manchester Cathedral was restored in Victorian times, but still retains many primitive medieval magnificent buildings (its long and tortuous history can be traced back to 1421). The church is located in the oldest part of the city, overlooking the Awell River between San Antonio Square and Victoria Station. Its famous tourist attractions include bright colored glass windows, graceful sculptures, large religious bookstores and the broadest Hall of the same type. Summer concerts for choirs and ensembles.
The style of Liverpool Cathedral is very different from what we have seen before. The cathedral is covered with glass, the interior space is very bright, and there are many decorative sculptures in it.
The climate is suitable, the air is fresh, the breath of spring is in good order.
Manchester Church is located in the city center of Manchester. It is a Gothic style church. It is also the Cathedral of Manchester diocese. Its magnificent church was damaged during World War II and later rebuilt.